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SYMPTOMS OF COW MILK PROTEIN ALLERGY IN CHILDREN – A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

@inproceedings{Katry2015SYMPTOMSOC,
  title={SYMPTOMS OF COW MILK PROTEIN ALLERGY IN CHILDREN – A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY},
  author={N. Katry and Anca Lădaru and D. Goran and Alexandra Ana-Maria Zotta and I. Anca},
  year={2015}
}
Introduction. Recent meta-analyses of population-based studies show considerable heterogeneity in the prevalence of perceived and confi rmed allergic reactions, as well as sensitization to cow milk ingestion. Adverse reactions to cow milk ingestion have different prevalence patterns in different age groups. There is increasing public concern about the true prevalence and a possible increase of food allergies over time, particularly among parents, child care and school staff, health care… Expand
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