Reproducibility of histamine skin prick test. Inter- and intravariation using histamine dihydrochloride 1, 5, and 10 mg/ml.

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The reproducibility of skin prick test using histamine dihydrochloride 1, 5, and 10 mg/ml was tested by three nurses in five non-atopics in a double-blind trial. The variations day-to-day, within-day, between and for the same tester were calculated. Seventy-five percent of wheal reactions obtained by histamine 1 mg/ml were less than 15 mm2. With histamine 5… (More)

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@article{Taudorf1985ReproducibilityOH, title={Reproducibility of histamine skin prick test. Inter- and intravariation using histamine dihydrochloride 1, 5, and 10 mg/ml.}, author={Ebbe Taudorf and H. J. Malling and Lars Christian Laursen and Anders Lanner and B. Weeke}, journal={Allergy}, year={1985}, volume={40 5}, pages={344-9} }