aquagenic


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aquagenic

(ak″wă-jen′ĭk) [ aqua + -genic]
Caused by water.
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She is one of only 35 people in the world to suffer from aquagenic urticaria.
Urov and J Gorky presented quite a new definition of oil shale: "Oil shale is a sedimentary rock containing mainly aquagenic organic matter of the Early Mesocatagenetic stage of maturation, which is poorly soluble in low boiling organic solvents, but produces considerable amounts of liquid organic products (shale oil) by thermal decomposition".
More rare types include pressure, cholinergic, solar, cold, aquagenic and vibratory urticaria (22).
It was a rare condition called aquagenic urticaria.
The part-time model was diagnosed with water allergy aquagenic urticaria in 2004.
Acquired aquagenic keratoderma is a rare type of acquired palmoplantar keratoderma localized frequently and symmetrically to palms and occurs following short period of water exposure.
Despite her life-threatening condition, aquagenic urticaria, which could cause her to go into potentially fatal anaphylactic shock, cheerful Heidi is determined to live life to the full.
Melanie, from Rumney, Cardiff, was diagnosed with aquagenic urticaria, or a skin allergy towards water, and says: "I could drink water, and put my hands in it, but if I tried to bath or shower or went swimming, I got this horrendous itching.
The diagnosis of aquagenic urticaria precipitated by morphine was rendered.
Katie was diagnosed with aquagenic urticaria - so rare it affects only about 35 people in the entire world - two years ago.
The single mum is one of only 30 people worldwide with aquagenic urticaria - an incurable allergy to water suffered by one in 230million.