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Dietary hypersensitivity in cats and dogs.

@article{Mandigers2010DietaryHI,
  title={Dietary hypersensitivity in cats and dogs.},
  author={P. Mandigers and A. German},
  journal={Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde},
  year={2010},
  volume={135 19},
  pages={
          706-10
        }
}
Adverse reactions to food or dietary hypersensitivity are frequently seen problems in companion animal medicine and may be difficult to differentiate from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Dietary hypersensitivity can be divided into two subgroups: immunological and nonimmunological problems. Non-immunological problems can be subdivided into food intolerance, food poisoning, and dietary indiscretion. The immunological group can be subdivided into true food allergy (IgE mediated) and anaphylaxis… Expand
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