Histaminintoleranz - aktueller Stand der Technik von Diagnose und Therapie

@article{Pfisterer2008HistaminintoleranzA,
  title={Histaminintoleranz - aktueller Stand der Technik von Diagnose und Therapie},
  author={M. Pfisterer and I. Mayer},
  journal={Erfahrungsheilkunde},
  year={2008},
  volume={57},
  pages={110-114}
}
In der klinischen Praxis steht der Arzt oft Patienten gegenuber, die uber monate- oder jahrelang andauernde chronische Be- schwerden wie Kopfschmerzen, Magen- Darm-Probleme, hohen oder niedrigen Blutdruck, Hautausschlage usw. klagen. Die Symptome a einer Allergie, Aller- gietests sind jedoch negativ. Diese Patien- ten haben oft jahrelange Odysseen durch Arztpraxen und Spezialkliniken hinter sich. Therapieansatze werden mangels Er- folg oft abgebrochen. Da die Ursache der Symptome unerkannt… Expand

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