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Clinical Study

Autologous Serum Skin Test as a Diagnostic Aid in Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria

Table 2

The autologous serum skin test results in relation to different clinical parameters.

Variable
Positive ASST, (40.7%)Negative ASST, (59.3%) value

Age (years)
 10–191 (1.9%)6 (11.1%)
 20–298 (14.8%)10 (18.5%)0.536
 30–397 (13.0%)7 (13%)
 40–494 (7.4%)4 (7.4%)
 ≥502 (3.7%)5 (9.3%)
Sex      
 Female15 (27.8%)22 (40.7%)0.966
 Male7 (13.0%)10 (18.5%)
Score of severity
 ≤52 (3.7%)0 (0%)
 6–1010 (18.5%)15 (27.8)0.406
 ≥1010 (18.5%)17 (31.5)
Distribution of lesions
 All body14 (25.9%)30 (55.6%)0.004
 Face and extremities8 (14.8%)2 (3.7%)
Duration of disease (months)
 ≤1213 (24.1%)15 (27%)
 13–243 (5.6%)6 (11.1%)
 25–361 (1.9%)5 (9.3%)0.578
 37–480 (0%)1 (1.9%)
 49–601 (1.9%)1 (1.9%)
 >604 (7.4%)4 (7.4%)

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