Can allergic purpura be respiratory tract infection
The common cause of upper respiratory tract infection is caused by virus infection. Henoch-Schonlein purpura belongs to anaphylactoid purpura. As long as there is no kidney damage, and the examination results are normal after routine urine examination, no special treatment is needed. Patients with upper respiratory tract infection are prone to decreased resistance, which will cause anaphylactoid purpura.