hypocomplementemic urticarial vasculitis syndrome

(HUVS) a potentially severe vasculitis characterized by recurrent urticaria with hypocomplementemia and the presence of autoantibodies to complement component C1q. Extracutaneous involvement may occur and can be life-threatening.

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