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What are some problems for an infant born with an overadundance of mast cells?

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Dr. Jay Park
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Cutaneous mastocytosis characterized by accumulation of mast cells in the skin includes mastocytoma, urticaria pimentosa, and bullous mastocytosis mimicking recurrent impetigo.
Accumulation of mast cells in other organs of the body results in systemic mastocytosis often seen in adults.

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Cutaneous mastocytosis characterized by accumulation of mast cells in the skin includes mastocytoma, urticaria pimentosa, and bullous mastocytosis mimicking recurrent impetigo.
Accumulation of mast cells in other organs of the body results in systemic mastocytosis often seen in adults.
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