aquagenic

aquagenic

(ak″wă-jen′ĭk) [ aqua + -genic]
Caused by water.
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The little girl suffers from what doctors diagnosed as aquagenic urticaria or a reaction to water that causes her to break out in hives that are described as "blistery rashes" on a (https://www.
The condition, known as aquagenic urticaria is called an allergy but isn't medically classified as a true allergy.
6 Aquagenic pruritis is present in 50% of polycythemia patients in another study6 and 43% of all patients in our study while another study done in France revealed its presence in 67% of PRV patients.
AQUAGENIC KERATODERMA--also known as aquagenic wrinkling of the palms, aquagenic syringeal keratoderma, and aquagenic palmoplantar keratoderma--is a rare disorder clinically characterized by transient excessive wrinkling of the palms shortly after immersion in water.
1,2 The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology/ Global Allergy and Asthma European Network/ European Dermatology Foundation/World Allergy Organization (EAACI/ GA(2) LEN/ EDF/ WAO) guidelines classify chronic urticaria into chronic inducible urticaria (dermatographic, cold by contact, delayed pressure, heat by contact, solar, aquagenic, cholinergic, contact, and vibratory) and chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), previously called chronic idiopathic urticaria.
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".
Her family history revealed that her father suffers from chronic spinal pain particularly in the thoracic region with notable hyperkyphosis of the thoracic spine, bilateral wrist pain with weakness and aquagenic pruritis.
JAK2 mutation analysis can also be useful in undiagnosed patients with unexplained splenomegaly, venous thrombosis, aquagenic pruritis, myelofibrosis, persistent thrombocytosis, leukoerythroblastosis and extramedullary haematopoiesis24.
More rare types include pressure, cholinergic, solar, cold, aquagenic and vibratory urticaria (22).
Aquagenic pruritus responding to combined ultraviolet A/narrowband ultraviolet B therapy.
It was a rare condition called aquagenic urticaria.