Papular urticaria are small, less than 1 cm in diameter, urticarial lesions that usually appear on exposed surfaces in crops, and which are assumed to be secondary to insect bites.
They can be intensely pruritic, and excoriations are often evident. Chronic scratching can lead to lichenification or prurigo nodularis.
Papular urticaria may be more common in children.
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