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Skin and Connective Tissue Diseases

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Skin Diseases: Acne | Dermatitis (Inflammation, Rash) | Growths | Hives | Ichthyosis | Itching | Infections of the Skin | Mastocytosis | Pigmentation Disorders| Psoriasis | Rosacea | Ulcers

Other Diseases: Connective Tissue Diseases | Hair Diseases | Nail Diseases | Sweating Disorders

Other Topics: Skin Disease (General) | Anatomy | Aging Skin | Skin Disease Treatment | Sun Exposure


Hives (Urticaria) and Angioedema

Hives
Urticaria:American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
Urticaria (Hives):UpToDate Patient Information
Urticaria:DermNet NZ
Cold Urticaria:DermNet NZ
Exercise-Induced Urticaria:American Academy of Family Physicians
Hives and Angioedema:eMedicine Consumer Health
Hives:MedlinePlus


Angioedema
Angioedema:Asthma & Allergy Information & Research
Angioedema:DermNet NZ
FAQs about Hereditary Angioedema:Hereditary AngioEdema Association
Episodic Angioedema with Eosinophilia:Madisons Foundation


Itching (Pruritis)

Itching:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Pruritis (Itch):DermNet NZ
What Can I Do for Dry, Itchy Skin?:American Academy of Family Physicians
Grover's Disease:AOCD
Grover's Disease:DermNet NZ
Notalgia Paresthetica:DermNet NZ
Prurigo Nodularis:AOCD
Prurigo Nodularis:DermNet NZ
Anal Itching, see Digestive System, Anal and Rectal Diseases
Jock Itch, see Skin Infections, Tinea Infections
Swimmer's Itch, see Skin Infections, Parasitic Infections
Vaginal Itching, see Women's Health, Vaginal Diseases
Associated with Cancer, see Cancer, Coping With Cancer and Its Treatment
Itching:MedlinePlus


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