Purpura Rheumatica, also known as Henoch-Schonlein purpura, is a disease that affects the skin and other organs. Most common in children, Purpura Rheumatica is caused by an abnormal immune system response. Symptoms of Purpura Rheumatica include joint pain, purple spots, hives, and vomiting. There is no specific treatment for Purpura Rheumatica, but it usually goes away without treatment. If symptoms continue, Purpura Rheumatica is treated with corticosteroids or pain killers.
Purpura Rheumatica Bioinformatics Tool
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