Unique presentation of Urticaria Pigmentosa as a subcutaneous mass

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Payvand Kamrani
Rachel Giesey
Luisa Christensen
Neil Korman
Gregory Delost

Keywords

Urticaria pigmentosa, tryptase, darier’s sign, CD68, CD117, cutaneous mastocytosis, systemic mastocytosis, anesthesia, degranulators, mast cell, histamine

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