Correlation between skin-prick testing, individual specific IgE tests, and a multiallergen IgE assay for allergy detection in patients with chronic rhinitis.

@article{Cho2014CorrelationBS,
  title={Correlation between skin-prick testing, individual specific IgE tests, and a multiallergen IgE assay for allergy detection in patients with chronic rhinitis.},
  author={Jae Hoon Cho and Jeffrey D. Suh and Jin Kook Kim and Seok-Chan Hong and Il-Ho Park and Heung-Man Lee},
  journal={American journal of rhinology & allergy},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={388-91}
}
BACKGROUND Allergy test results can differ based on the method used. The most common tests include skin-prick testing (SPT) and in vitro tests to detect allergen-specific IgE. This study was designed to assess allergy test results using SPT, individual specific IgE tests, and a multiallergen IgE assay (multiple allergen simultaneous test) in patients with chronic rhinitis and controls. METHODS One hundred forty total patients were prospectively enrolled in the study, including 100 patients… CONTINUE READING
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