Osobennosti proyavleniya perekrestnoy pishchevoy allergii v protsesse spetsificheskoy immunoterapii



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Abstract

Food allergy has a significant impact on the decline of the patients’ quality of life. Cross-reactive food allergy is manifested by different clinical symptoms in patients with pollinosis. Food allergy profile changing and food tolerance formation as a result of ASIT has been actively investigating. This article discusses the clinical cases of regressing of cross-reactive food allergy as a result of SLIT.

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M Y Peredelskaya

City Clinical Hospital № 52

Moscow, Russia

N M Nenasheva

Russian Medical Academy Continuing Professional Education

Moscow

Y A Peredelskiy

Bryansk regional hospital № 1

Email: concy1984@gmail.com
Russia

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