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Absence of flare after intradermal histamine

Dysautonomic reaction (forearm on top) demonstrates a narrow areola surrounding the wheal. Normal reaction (lower forearm) displays diffuse axon flare around a central wheal. (Contributed by Dr. Felicia Axelrod.)

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