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Journal Scan / Review · August 11, 2022

Food-Induced Skin and Mucosal Pruritus: Clinical Characteristics, Pathophysiology, and Recommendations



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When Foods Cause Itch: Clinical Characteristics, Pathophysiology, and Recommendations for Food-Induced Skin and Mucosal Pruritus
Dermatitis 2022 Jun 29;[EPub Ahead of Print], A Vander Does, T Ju, G Yosipovitch

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