Progressive histoplasmosis is treated with ampho-tericin B; less severe cases may be treated with ketoconazole. (See also fungal infections.)
hives Raised, red blotchy welts of various sizes that can appear and disappear randomly on the surface of the skin. This reaction is known medically as urticaria (from the Latin word urtica for "nettle").
About one in five children experiences hives at some point in their lives, which are physically uncomfortable but generally harmless. Eventually, hives will disappear on their own without leaving any marks or scars.
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