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Oral allergy syndrome--the need of a multidisciplinary approach.

@article{Kelava2014OralAS,
  title={Oral allergy syndrome--the need of a multidisciplinary approach.},
  author={Nikolina Kelava and Liborija Lugovi{\'c}-Mihi{\'c} and Tomislav Duvan{\vc}i{\'c} and Renata Brtan Romi{\'c} and Mirna {\vS}itum},
  journal={Acta clinica Croatica},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={
          210-9
        }
}
Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is one of the most common types of food allergy. The syndrome includes itching and swelling of the lips, palate and tongue, usually after consuming fresh fruits and vegetables. The underlying pathogenic mechanism is cross-reactivity between IgE antibodies specific to pollen, and antigens in food, such as fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts that are structurally similar to pollen. Both pollen and food antigens can bind to IgE and trigger type I immune reaction… Expand
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