Paloma Poza-Guedes

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BACKGROUND Angiogenesis has a key role in several conditions and is regulated by several factors such as the platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) or the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). The goal of this study was to investigate the possible role of PDGF and VEGF in a group of patients with severe food allergy. METHODS We design a prospective(More)
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RATIONALE The prevalence of many phenotypes of food allergy is increasing. Specific gastrointestinal (GI) phenotype of food allergy (GI allergy) is also increasing but it is difficult to know the prevalence because of many entities. METHODS AND RESULTS: A 1 year retrospective study of pediatric patients complaining exclusively gastrointestinal symptoms(More)
Critical Care [1]. In the issue of pharmacodynamics of β-lactams we missed a particular subject: allergy, subtle but sometimes important in intensive and critical care units since clinicians usually manage patients labelled as 'allergic' without having been studied and based only on clinical history [2]. Th is creates a health resource problem and leads to(More)
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