IgE‐dependent nephrotic syndrome due to inhalation of chironomid larvae

@article{MoneretVautrin2005IgEdependentNS,
  title={IgE‐dependent nephrotic syndrome due to inhalation of chironomid larvae},
  author={D. Moneret-Vautrin and J. Bertheau},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2005},
  volume={60}
}
generalized maculopapular exanthem beginning on the hands, one day after the administration of chlorazepate. The pach test with chlorazepate was positive. The prick test and intradermal test with chlorazepate were negative; the lymphocyte transformation test showed proliferative lymphocyte reactivity to chlorazepate in the culture supernatants of peripheral blood mononuclear cells, coincubated with human liver microsomes, whereas in the culture cells without the addition of microsomes no… Expand
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