Schnitzler syndrome

Schnitzler syndrome

(shnitz'lĕr),
tense, generalized chronic urticaria, joint or bone pain, and monoclonal gammopathy of kappa type.

Schnitzler syndrome

(shnitz'lĕr),
tense, generalized chronic urticaria, joint or bone pain, and monoclonal gammopathy of kappa type.
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Schnitzler syndrome

A clinical condition characterised by the association of IgM gammopathy and urticarial vasculitis.
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Schnitz·ler syn·drome

(shnits'ler sin'drōm)
Tense, generalized chronic urticaria, joint or bone pain, and monoclonal gammopathy of kappa type.
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Schnitzler,

L., 20th century European physician.
Schnitzler syndrome - tense, generalized chronic urticaria, joint or bone pain, and monoclonal gammopathy of kappa type.
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Is the clinical picture of Schnitzler syndrome always Schnitzler syndrome?
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Schnitzler syndrome, an autoimmune-autoinflammatory syndrome: report of two new cases and review of the literature.
Schnitzler syndrome is a rare disorder in the family of neutrophilic urticarial dermatoses with fewer than 300 reported cases [1].
The diagnosis is important to recognize as Schnitzler syndrome is associated with malignancy.
Based on the urticarial rash, IgM kappa monoclonal gammopathy, abnormal bone remodeling, and elevated acute phase reactants, she fulfilled the Strasbourg criteria for diagnosis of Schnitzler syndrome.