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Oral desensitizing treatment in food allergy: clinical and immunological results
Background : The possibility of inducing oral desensitization in patients with food allergy is still controversial and no standardized programmes are yet available.
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Oral Specific Desensitization in Food-Allergic Children
The possibility of obtaining oral desensitization in patients with food allergy is still a matter of debate. We decided to evaluate the safety and efficacy of standardized protocols for oralExpand
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Food allergy in children: results of a standardized protocol for oral desensitization.
BACKGROUND/AIMS Food allergy in children is still an unresolved problem that merits investigation, particularly when the food is fundamental for the child's growth. Reports in the literature thatExpand
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Intranasal treatment with lysine acetylsalicylate in patients with nasal polyposis.
Forty-three patients suffering from nasal polyposis underwent intranasal treatment with increasing doses of lysine acetylsalicylate (LAS) corresponding to 20, 200, and 2000 micrograms of aspirinExpand
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Multiple-drug intolerance syndrome: clinical findings and usefulness of challenge tests.
BACKGROUND Multiple-drug intolerance syndrome (MDIS) is characterized by adverse reactions to several classes of chemically unrelated drugs. OBJECTIVE To analyze all patients with a history ofExpand
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CD300a is expressed on human basophils and seems to inhibit IgE/FcεRI‐dependent anaphylactic degranulation
The final response that leads to basophil degranulation results from a cross‐talk between activatory and inhibitory signals. However, in the context of basophil biology, the inhibitory mechanismsExpand
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Sublingual Desensitization: A New Approach to Latex Allergy Problem
The prevalence of latex allergy has rapidly increased. Clinical manifestations range from contact urticaria-angioedema and rhinoconjunctivitis to more severe bronchial asthma and anaphylactic shock.Expand
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Immunologic findings in Peyronie's disease: a controlled study.
OBJECTIVES Recent literature suggests the hypothesis of an immune etiology of Peyronie's disease. In this controlled study, the immune response pattern of the disease is investigated. METHODSExpand
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Latex sensitisation and allergy in children with myelomeningocele
IntroductionChildren with spina bifida (SB) have a high degree of exposure to latex products as a consequence of repeated surgical procedures, implantation of latex-containing materials andExpand
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Oral specific hyposensitization in the management of patients allergic to food.
Results are presented of a protocol of hyposensitizing treatment per os in 19 cases of food allergy (allergy to milk in 8, to egg in 8, to fish in 2, and to orange in one). Treatment, performed inExpand
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