Urticaria due to tomato

Ramji Gupta

Abstract


Two patients of urticaria due to tomato are reported. They developed urticaria whenever they took tomato. Urticaria disappeared completely after they stopped taking tomato. During 6 months of follow-up without tomato in their food, there was no urticaria.

 


Keywords


Urticaria, tomato, provocation test

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