An 8 year old patient since 20 hours consisting of non-painful pruritus eruptions that began first on the neck and then on other parts of the body such as abdomen, back and arms, refers to having consumed raisin ice cream 1 hour before the eruptions. With administration of intravenous hydrocortisone, she reported no more itching and rashes on his neck and back, but new ones appeared on his legs, elbows, and abdomen (pictures) without pruritus 6 hours later. Does not report fever, nausea or vomiting, headache, dyspnea, or diarrhea or other symptoms. What would be the possible diagnosis or suggestions? Thanks

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Urticaria Antihistamine orally. Deworming of pt. Calamine lotion locally. If still persists inj avil 1 ml +inj dexona 1 ml IM stat Or inj adrenaline 1:1000 s/c.

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Urticaria. Avoid Ice-cream, allergic food & allergens. Inj Phenergan 1/2 amp im & Inj Decdan 1 amp IV,Tab Prugo 10mg TDS,Tab Zentel 400 mg Stat,Atarax skin lotion to apply locally.

Urticarial rashes may be due to ingredients of ice cream.

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URTICARIAL RASH..

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Food allergy /rx epicentre subcutaneous stat adrenaline 1:1000 / ff by prednisolone syrup 5 mls daily x 4 days / 2.5 mls daily x 4 days calamine lotion nocte / mometasone cream daily / do a RAST allergy test to note the allergy / refer to immunologist for desensitisation / if igm grass pollen dust mite / cat dog dander

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Vasculitic Toxic purpura...5 times more dose of usual Hydroxine will resolve the Clinical entity

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Urticaria rashes Adv Dermatologist

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Urticarial infection Calamine lotion

URTICARIAL RASH

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