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Recurrent anaphylaxis caused by Anisakis simplex parasitizing fish.
Hypersensitivity reactions to ingested material can produce a wide spectrum of symptoms, ranging from digestive and cutaneous manifestations to anaphylactic shock. I Such reactions can be caused byExpand
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Immediate hypersensitivity to corticosteroids.
INTRODUCTION In comparison with the extremely frequent use of corticosteroids in different diseases, immediate allergic reactions remain uncommon. In addition to the steroid molecule, the causativeExpand
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The use of IgE immunoblotting as a diagnostic tool in Anisakis simplex allergy.
BACKGROUND The fish parasite Anisakis simplex is the etiologic agent of anisakiasis and induces IgE-mediated reactions. Skin prick tests (SPTs) and the measurement of specific IgE to A. simplex were,Expand
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Laboratory determinations in Anisakis simplex allergy.
BACKGROUND Anaphylactic reactions caused by the fish nematode, Anisakis simplex, after ingestion of parasitized fish, have been described. OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to confirm, byExpand
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Anisakis simplex induces not only anisakiasis: report on 28 cases of allergy caused by this nematode.
Anisakis simplex R., parasitizes several sea-fish and cephalopods. This parasite induces not only anisakiasis but also anaphylactic reactions, as has recently been confirmed. We present 28 patientsExpand
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Immediate hypersensitivity to quinolones: moxifloxacin cross-reactivity.
INTRODUCTION Immediate hypersensitivity reactions to quinolones are rare. Moxifloxacin is an quinolone chemically different from other fluoroquinolones. We report 6 patients diagnosed withExpand
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Nine cases of omeprazole allergy: cross-reactivity between proton pump inhibitors.
Although rare, anaphylactic reactions induced by proton pump inhibitors have been reported. The presence of cross-reactivity between different members of the group is not clear. We studied 9 patientsExpand
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Clinical manifestations of allergy to Anisakis simplex
The sea-®sh parasite Anisakis simplex (As) is the causative agent of anisakiasis, or anisakidosis, and induces IgE production. In 1985, Desowitz et al. described a method to detect speci®c IgEExpand
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Laboratory diagnosis of hypersensitivity to Anisakis simplex: a review
Patients suffering anaphylactic reactions after parasitized fish consumption have been reported in Spain in recent years. This reaction is different from the well‐known acute or chronic anisakiasisExpand
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Urticaria and angioedema due to ingestion of carob gum: a case report.
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