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Case Number : Case 2870 - 07 July 2021 Posted By: Iskander H. Chaudhry

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68 Female - Right arm punch biopsy. History of rash since a vaccine for COVID-19 according to PT some time last >24hours. Immunologist recommends a biopsy to exclude vasculitis


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Eman El-Nabarawy

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Urticarial vasculitis reaction to COVID‐19 vaccine.

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vincenzo

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I am not aware of urticarial syndromes, without a clear thrombotic vasculopathy, concerning Covid-19. But it could be an interesting scientific observation about it. 

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Alex-Ventura-Leon

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Urticarial Vasculitis for me too

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John Zhang

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urticarial vasculitis.

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Admin_Dermpath

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Dr Chaudhry:

Dear All - yes interesting case. Vincenzo - urticarial vasculitis you dont typially see the fibronoid necrosis and have to rely on other stigmata such as endothelial swelling; extravasated RBCs and in this case the neutrophilic debris - I favoured urticarial vasculitis.

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vincenzo

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21 hours ago, Admin_Dermpath said:

Dr Chaudhry:

Dear All - yes interesting case. Vincenzo - urticarial vasculitis you dont typially see the fibronoid necrosis and have to rely on other stigmata such as endothelial swelling; extravasated RBCs and in this case the neutrophilic debris - I favoured urticarial vasculitis.

Thanks, Iskander. Very interesting case and educative points. 

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