Cow's milk allergy: therapeutic options and immunological aspects.

@article{Dean1995CowsMA,
  title={Cow's milk allergy: therapeutic options and immunological aspects.},
  author={Taraneh P Dean},
  journal={European journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1995},
  volume={49 Suppl 1},
  pages={S19-25}
}
  • Taraneh P Dean
  • Published 1995 in European journal of clinical nutrition
Adverse reaction to cow's milk and infant formulas are common during infancy. Cow's milk has more than 20 constituents proteins and in principle many are capable of giving rise to an IgE mediated response. The prevalence of cow's milk allergy is between 0.5-10% of the paediatric population (Frier & Kletter, 1970, Gerrard et al., 1973 Foucard, 1985). The clinical diagnosis of cow's milk allergy is difficult because of the great diversity and varying severity of symptoms and is often based on… CONTINUE READING
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