Data from British Association of Dermatologists - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 08 March 2018



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The overall objective of the guidelines is to provide up-todate, evidence-based recommendations on the investigation and management of secondary pruritus without underlying skin disorder and generalized pruritus of unknown origin (GPUO) in adults (excluding children aged < 18 years). The document aims to: (i) offer an appraisal of all relevant literature up to November 2016, focusing on any key developments; (ii) address important, practical clinical questions relating to the primary guidelines objective (i.e. accurate diagnosis and identification of cases and suitable treatment); (iii) provide guideline recommendations; (iv) where appropriate,
provide practical and health economic implications; and (v) discuss potential developments and future directions.

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