Early nonreactivity in the conjunctival provocation test predicts beneficial outcome of sublingual immunotherapy

@inproceedings{Kther2018EarlyNI,
  title={Early nonreactivity in the conjunctival provocation test predicts beneficial outcome of sublingual immunotherapy},
  author={Janina K{\"o}ther and Alicia Mandl and Silke Allekotte and Anatoli Astvatsatourov and Janin Chwieralski and Jan-Patrick Liedtke and Ursula Pieper-F{\"u}rst and E Raskopf and Kija Shah-Hosseini and Ralph M{\"o}sges},
  booktitle={Clinical and translational allergy},
  year={2018}
}
Background Clinical practice needs a common parameter that can provide an early, reliable estimation of the outcome of sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) in an upcoming pollen season. We investigated whether the conjunctival provocation test (CPT) can predict the beneficial outcome of SLIT in patients with allergic rhinoconjunctivitis after 4 weeks of… CONTINUE READING