Eczematous reactions to food in atopic eczema: position paper of the EAACI and GA2LEN.

@article{Werfel2007EczematousRT,
  title={Eczematous reactions to food in atopic eczema: position paper of the EAACI and GA2LEN.},
  author={Thomas Werfel and Barbara K. Ballmer-Weber and Philippe A Eigenmann and Bodo Niggemann and Fabienne Ranc{\'e} and Kristiina Turjanmaa and Margitta Worm},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2007},
  volume={62 7},
  pages={
          723-8
        }
}
Food allergy and atopic eczema (AE) may occur in the same patient. Besides typical immediate types of allergic reactions (i.e. noneczematous reactions) which are observed in patients suffering from AE, it is clear that foods, such as cow's milk and hen's eggs, can directly provoke flares of AE, particularly in sensitized infants. In general, inhaled allergens and pollen-related foods are of greater importance in older children, adolescents and adults. Clinical studies have revealed that more… CONTINUE READING
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