Our data showed that telemedicine can be an effective tool for the follow-up of patients with CSU. Moreover, COVID-19, as well as COVID-19 vaccination, may trigger CSU relapse or worsening, but both are unspecific triggers, and urticaria shows a very short duration in most cases.

Relapse or worsening of chronic spontaneous urticaria during SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination in children: A telemedicine follow-up / Lascialfari G.; Sarti L.; Barni S.; Liccioli G.; Paladini E.; Guarnieri V.; Ricci S.; Giovannini M.; Mori F.. - In: ALLERGOLOGIA ET IMMUNOPATHOLOGIA. - ISSN 0301-0546. - ELETTRONICO. - 50:(2022), pp. 1-7. [10.15586/aei.v50iSP2.722]

Relapse or worsening of chronic spontaneous urticaria during SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination in children: A telemedicine follow-up

Lascialfari G.;Sarti L.;Barni S.;Liccioli G.;Paladini E.;Guarnieri V.;Ricci S.;Giovannini M.;Mori F.
2022

Abstract

Our data showed that telemedicine can be an effective tool for the follow-up of patients with CSU. Moreover, COVID-19, as well as COVID-19 vaccination, may trigger CSU relapse or worsening, but both are unspecific triggers, and urticaria shows a very short duration in most cases.
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