Mastocytosis includes a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by the presence of clonal mast cells (MC) in cutaneous tissues and extracutaneous organs [1,2]. The disease presents in two primary age-related patterns, which may differ in their clinical manifestations and prognosis [1,2]. Pediatric-onset mastocytosis usually consists of cutaneous disease and tends to resolve itself by adolescence in most cases, in contrast to adult-onset mastocytosis which has a normal chronic course [2]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Vaccination Management In Children and Adults With Mastocytosis

Zanoni, Giovanna;ZANOTTI, ROBERTA;SCHENA, DONATELLA;Sabbadini, Chiara;OPRI, Roberta;BONADONNA, PATRIZIA
2017-01-01

Abstract

Mastocytosis includes a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by the presence of clonal mast cells (MC) in cutaneous tissues and extracutaneous organs [1,2]. The disease presents in two primary age-related patterns, which may differ in their clinical manifestations and prognosis [1,2]. Pediatric-onset mastocytosis usually consists of cutaneous disease and tends to resolve itself by adolescence in most cases, in contrast to adult-onset mastocytosis which has a normal chronic course [2]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
adverse reactions; mastocytosis; tryptase; vaccination
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