Beata Cudowska

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PURPOSE The rate of cow's milk allergy diminishes with age. There is not enough information concerning geographical trends in persistent cow's milk allergy in children. The objective of the study was to evaluate the prevalence of persistent cow's milk allergy in children previously diagnosed with IgE-mediated cow's milk allergy (CMA). MATERIAL/METHODS(More)
PURPOSE Food allergy has been demonstrated to play an important role in the pathogenesis of atopic eczema dermatitis syndrome (AEDS), affecting often atopic infants and young children. The most commonly offending foods are cow's milk, hen's egg, wheat and soy; implicating immediate (IgE-mediated) and late-phase (T-cells) immunological reactions in the(More)
Some recent studies indicate that unsaturated fatty acids, components of cellular membranes and precursors of immunomodulators, play a significant role in the pathogenesis of some symptoms of atopic dermatitis. Since they cannot be synthesized by the human body, they must be provided with nutrition as the so called exogenous fatty acids: linoleic (a(More)
PURPOSE Prevalence and clinical significance of cross sensitization in children up to 3 years old, diagnosed with atopic dermatitis. MATERIAL AND METHOD The retrospective study included 69 children up to 3 years old with atopic dermatitis. Allergological diagnostics was performed based on skin tests, determination of total IgE concentration and(More)
PURPOSE The scientific experiments with new immunological methods (immunoblotting, RAST inhibition) and isolation of recombinant allergens suggest structural similarities in the allergenic components responsible for cross-reactions. Immunochemical and molecular biology studies indicate that epitopes of major allergen (Bet v 1, Mal d 1) contain more IgE(More)
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