No. It's a mast cell disorder - it's not contagious in any way, shape or form.
Systemic mastocytosis is only symptomatically treated. There is no known treatment that decreases the number of mast cells within tissue.
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The cause of mastocytosis is unknown.
Mastocytosis comes in three forms.
People with systemic mastocytosis have bone and joint pain.
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No. There is a rare form of leukemia which is caused by systemic mastocytosis but most of us with the disease will not get it.
Many patients with systemic mastocytosis also develop urticaria pigmentosa.
You can catch any bacterial sickness by exchanging saliva.
Yes, I am sure thre are some which last as long as a chronic systemic mastocytosis
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systemic mastocytosis is diagnosed via bone marrow biopsy. If mast cells are found in the bone marrow and you have another symptom that fits the criteria then you will be diagnosed with systemic mastocytosis. You can read more about it at www.tmsforacure.org.
A biopsy of the skin patches aids diagnosis. An elevated level of histamine in the urine or blood is also indicative of mastocytosis.