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A novel and well tolerated mite allergoid subcutaneous immunotherapy: evidence of clinical and immunologic efficacy
Allergy to house dust mite is one of the most common causes of allergic rhinitis. A novel tyrosine‐adsorbed, modified allergen product, Acarovac Plus, developed for the treatment of perennial miteExpand
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A novel microcrystalline tyrosine-adsorbed, mite-allergoid subcutaneous immunotherapy: 1-year follow-up report.
AIM A 1-year follow-up study comparing the safety and tolerability of the dosing schedules, satisfaction and effectiveness of a novel microcrystalline tyrosine-adsorbed mite (DermatophagoidesExpand
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DIRAE study: seasonal allergic rhinitis distribution in Spain.
BACKGROUND National epidemiological study to observe if among patients with pollinic seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR), there are differences between those visited by primary care physicians (GPs) orExpand
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Food allergy in Catalonia: Clinical manifestations and its association with airborne allergens.
BACKGROUND Food allergy affects around 6% of the European population and its prevalence worldwide has been increasing in the last decades, but studies focused on investigating food allergyExpand
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Negative allergy study in a case of postorgasmic illness syndrome (POIS).
Postorgasmic illness syndrome (POIS) is a rarely described syndrome characterized by transient flu-like symptoms and cognition disorders. Recent studies suggest that immunogenic reactivity toExpand
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Falsa hipersensibilidad a mesalazina como causa de escalamiento terapéutico
Resumen La mesalazina es el farmaco de eleccion en pacientes con formas leves-moderadas de colitis ulcerosa, tanto para inducir la remision clinica como para su mantenimiento. De hecho, la mitad deExpand
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Immunotheraphy in Allergic Diseases.
The prevalence of allergic diseases is increasing worldwide. It is estimated that more than 30% of the world population is now affected by one or more allergic conditions and a high proportion ofExpand