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Exploration in Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria

Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is defined by the spontaneous appearance of hives, swelling, or both, for greater than 6 weeks, due to unknown causes. In this informative video, learn about diagnosing CSU and the importance of an accurate and thorough symptom assessment, the clinical features of CSU and how wheals and angioedema may present in patients with CSU, and the factors that drive delays in diagnosing CSU.

Gain insights into the patient journey, exploring the range of emotions patients experience and the quality of life impact on those with refractory CSU that cannot be controlled with standard therapies. Get a comprehensive overview of the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of CSU, exploring the role of dermal mast cells, basophils, and Bruton’s tyrosine kinase. Finally, learn about the updates and revisions to the international guidelines for diagnosis and management of CSU, including an explanation of stepwise treatment guidelines that endorse an “assess, act, and adjust” paradigm.

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