Relevanz von Nahrungsmittelallergien und -intoleranzreaktionen als Ursachen von Urtikaria

@article{Maurer2003RelevanzVN,
  title={Relevanz von Nahrungsmittelallergien und -intoleranzreaktionen als Ursachen von Urtikaria},
  author={Marcus Maurer and Andreas Hanau and Martin Metz and Markus Magerl and Petra Staubach},
  journal={Der Hautarzt},
  year={2003},
  volume={54},
  pages={138-143}
}
ZusammenfassungNahrungsmittel (NM) spielen als Auslöser von Juckreiz, Quaddeln und/oder Angioödemen bei verschiedenen Urtikariaerkrankungen eine entscheidende Rolle. NM-Allergien im Sinne von IgE-vermittelten Hypersensitivitätsreaktionen sind als Ursache der akuten Urtikaria im Kindesalter, bei einigen Fällen von anstrengungsinduzierter Urtikaria und bei der Kontakturtikaria von Bedeutung. Davon zu unterscheiden sind NM-Intoleranzreaktionen (Pseudoallergien), die häufige Ursachen der… 
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