Settle Eish (urticaria), an eruptive der characterized by the appearance of patches whiter or redder than the surrounding skin, and attended with intense itching. The disease has been divided into thr : urticaria febf'Hi*. U. eranida, and U. t\. The febrile variety is preceded by a feeling general uneasiness, headache, nausea, and v iting. These symptoms are followed by a troublesome itching and the appearance of an eruption, commonly most abundant ab< shoulders, loins, or thighs. arc irregular in size and forr. - metimes i colored with whitish border, sometimes v. with rose-colored bora - :imes few in number, sometimes covering the e r part of the surface, and giving rise on th : great disfigurement and a feelin_. : stifl and tension. The pat - are ev idly disappearing, but only to give place t new eruption. For the first r tw the disease is apt to be attended with a little fever. but this soon subsides, and after a van: time, generally about a week, the erur I disappears, leaving no traces. In U. e there is no febrile movement, and the di-is frequently chronic, the eruption often appearing and disappearing several times a day. and frequently assuming the appearanc long wheals as if produced by a whip.
U. tuberosa is the rarest and the most sevei the forms of nettle rash, in which th ti n is in the form of red - lien patches : breadth of the hand, attended with an int -
.le itching. The patches extend deeply into the skin, are num s, and produce a very disagreeable feeling of swelling o 1 stiff-oess. The rash commonly shows itself in rvening to disappear in the morning, leavi:
- _. of weakness and prostration. It occurs chiefly in habits impaired by excess, and its course is often tedious and int: I _. - X _
.ash is most common in nervous persons with i delicate and irrital s a. and nsc n women and children. Its most frequent ause is some irritation of the dig -::ve or-
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