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The sudden flush can be caused by the loss of neural vasotonus as a result of a direct response of the smooth vascular muscles to very different stimuli. The triggering factors include:
- Emotional stress (erythema e pudore)
- Physical influences (heat)
- Chemical influences (e.g. alcohol)
- Medicines (nicotinic acid, fumarates)
- Foodstuffs (glutamates; glutamate flush of the China Restaurant Syndrome)
- Endocrine influences (menopause)
- Neoplasia (mastocytosis, carcinoid syndrome, pancreatic carcinoma)
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Incoming links (9)Alcohol skin changes; Carcinoid syndrome; Erythema; Erythrophobia; Facial swelling; Female menopause; Irinotecan; Mastocytosis systemic; Small fiber neuropathy;
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