bullous reaction

bullous reaction

superficial blister or bulla formation at an injection site with separation at the dermoepidermal junction; e.g. due to overrapid delivery of local anaesthetic solution
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Other application site reactions included skin irritation (n=2), pruritus (n=2), dermatitis (n=1), induration, (n=1), rash (n=1), swelling (n=1), urticaria (n=1), and bullous reaction (n=1).
Allergic reactions can range from localized urticaria to bullous reaction to, in rare cases, anaphylaxis (Thomas, 2004).
Several postmarketing reports describe patients able to tolerate the reintroduction of Gleevec at a lower dose with or without concomitant corticosteroids or antihistamines following resolution or improvement of the bullous reaction.
Several post marketing reports describe patients able to tolerate the reintroduction of Gleevec at a lower dose with or without concomitant corticosteroids or antihistamines following resolution or improvement of the bullous reaction.
Several post-marketing reports describe patients able to tolerate the reintroduction of Gleevec at a lower dose with or without concomitant corticosteroids or antihistamines following resolution or improvement of the bullous reaction.
Several postmarketing cases note a resolution or improvement of bullous reaction following dose reduction with or without supportive care.
Several post-marketing reports described cases in which patients tolerated reintroduction of Gleevec after resolution or improvement of the bullous reaction.