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The diagnosis " Pruritus sine materia" is rejected by most experts today. Originally, it denoted a pruritus without an identifiable basic dermatological disease. The current clinical classification bypasses this inaccurate classification and describes this condition as "pruritus on primarily unchanged skin". This designation is based on the clinical picture and is therefore easy for the clinician to classify and provides a clear guideline for a further causal research.
The diagnosis "pruritus on primarily unchanged skin" is compared to the clinical picture of "pruritus on primarily changed skin" (in dermatological diseases).
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In fact, "pruritus on primarily unchanged skin" is a symptom that requires further clarification. To be clarified:
- Internal diseases (especially blood, liver and kidney diseases)
- Neurological diseases(Notalgia paraesthetica; brachioradial pruritus)
- Psychogenic diseases (somatoform pruritus)
- Multifactorial Pruritus
- Pruritus of unclear cause
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The terms "pruritus sine and cum materia" are defined differently. They should no longer be used today. See also Pruritus
Incoming links (6)Antihistamines, systemic; Antihistamines, systemic; Lung diseases, skin changes; Pruritus hereditary, localized; Pruritus, primary; Scrotal eczema;
Outgoing links (5)Brachioradial pruritus; Capsaicin; Notalgia paraesthetica; Pruritus; Psychotherapy;
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