Plaquenil solar urticaria

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    Plaquenil solar urticaria


    The mean age of onset is 35 years, but it has occurred in infant children through to those aged 70 years. A stinging, itchy that are normally shielded from sunlight by clothing, e.g. The face and upper sides of the hands that are constantly exposed to the sun may be unaffected or only slightly affected.

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    Solar urticaria Solar urticaria is a sun-induced allergic reaction that causes hives people who are allergic to the sun get raised, red, itchy welts of varying sizes that can quickly appear and disappear on the skin. How To Treat PLE. Polymorphous light eruption usually resolves on its own within a week or two. A week ago, I just took my first dose of a medication called hydroxychloroquine, also known as Plaquenil. It is commonly used to treat autoimmune diseases and has been used to treat others with the same rare condition I have that causes me to be allergic to ultraviolet light, solar urticaria. Vasculitis, chronic cutaneous treatment 1 —Hydroxychloroquine is used in the treatment of solar urticaria and chronic cutaneous vasculitis unresponsive to other therapy {25} {26}. —Chloroquine-resistant strains of P. falciparum, originally seen only in Southeast Asia and South America, are now documented in all malarious areas except Central America west of the Canal Zone, the Middle East, and the Caribbean.

    If large areas of the body are affected, the loss of fluid into the skin may result in light-headedness, headache, nausea and vomiting. This may be put down to acclimatisation or 'hardening' of these chronically exposed areas.

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  3. A polymorphic light eruption PMLE occurs in response to sunlight after a period of time in which the skin has been covered and scarcely exposed to the sun. It is caused by ultraviolet A UVA light or visible light. As such it may occur after sun exposure through a window, and rarely it can occur with exposure to fluorescent lighting.

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    Solar urticaria SU is a rare condition in which exposure to ultraviolet or UV radiation, or sometimes even visible light, induces a case of urticaria or hives that can appear in both covered and uncovered areas of the skin. I also have a positive ana test. for many years i was treated for lupus with plaquenil. i have seen numerous derms and given up over the course of that journey. finally, i was correctly diagnosed with solar urticaria! anti-histamines are the drug of choice but they are not applicable for me as i have a paradoxical reaction to them. i do know. About 10% of all people with lupus will experience hives urticaria. These lesions usually itch, and even though people often experience hives due to allergic reactions, hives lasting more than 24 hours are likely due to lupus.

     
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    Nbme 15. QUestions. Help. - USMLE Forum A 31 year old woman is treated for plasmodium vivax malaria with a combination of primaquine and chloroquine to prevent relapses. Which of the following best explains why primaquine is used with chloroquine in this patient? a. Chloroquine is effective against dormant parasites b. The combination of primaquine and chloroquine kills sporozoites

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