Differential skin test reactivity to pollens in pollen food allergy syndrome versus allergic rhinitis.

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BACKGROUND Pollen food allergy syndrome (PFAS), also called oral allergy syndrome, is a form of food allergy in which uncooked foods cause allergic symptoms generally limited to the oral mucosa. It occurs in a subset of patients with pollen allergy, although not all patients have prominent rhinitis symptoms. PFAS is related to antigenic similarity between… (More)
DOI: 10.2500/aap.2015.36.3862

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@article{Ta2015DifferentialST, title={Differential skin test reactivity to pollens in pollen food allergy syndrome versus allergic rhinitis.}, author={Von Ta and David R. Scott and William K Chin and Nathan E. Wineinger and John Kelso and Andrew A. White}, journal={Allergy and asthma proceedings}, year={2015}, volume={36 5}, pages={379-85} }