HENÖCH-SCHÖNLEIN'S PURPLE: HOW TO IDENTIFY AND TREAT - GENERAL CLINIC

What is and how to treat the purple of Henöch-Schönlein



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Henöch-Schönlein purpura, also known as PHS, is a disease that causes inflammation of small blood vessels in the skin, resulting in small red patches on the skin, pain in the belly and joint pain. However, inflammation can also occur in the blood vessels of the intestines or kidneys, causing diarrhea and blood in the urine, for example.