|Suggested Pre-Referral Evaluation and Management Guidelines
Referral appropriate for patients with acute or chronic (>6 weeks) onset hives or angioedema that have been refractory to antihistamine therapy or have required daily corticosteroids to control.
|Suggested Additional Test/Management Prior to Specialty Visit
For patients with suspected Mastocytosis, DO NOT DISCONTINUE ANTIHISTAMINES.
Patient should remain on antihistamines prior to visit.
|Patient Education/Information (includes preps)
||Patient should be encouraged to keep diary of food, medication or other ingestions that may have triggered hives.
|How to Get Results to Consultant
UMHS Patients: See CareWeb
External Patients: Hand carry non-UM records, and lab test results
|Clinic Contact Information
Patients: 734-647-5940 (Domino's)
|Clinic Location Sites
Livonia Center for Specialty Care
Briarwood Health Associates (Bldg 5)
|UM Consulting Physician
Alan P. Baptist, M.D.
James L. Baldwin, M.D.
James R. Baker Jr., M.D.
Matthew J. Greenhawt, M.D., M.B.A.
Christine Holland, M.D.
Mirie Roanne Hosler, M.D.
Laura Elizabeth Howe, M.D.
Jenny Maribel Montejo, M.D.
Deborah A. Oberdoerster, M.D.
Georgiana M. Sanders, M.D.