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Category: Allergology

Allergy to fungi

Allergy to fungi

Allergy to fungi – allergic reactions of an immediate-type allergic reaction and delayed-type hypersensitivity, which develop with fungal infections when the saprophytic fungi are in the body.  Etiology and pathogenesis  Infection occurs when in the zone of spread of fungi, through professional contact in agriculture, production of antibiotics, and during communicatioin with sick people and animals. Parasitization requires a number of favorable conditions: structural features of the skin and sweating, dysfunction of the endocrine glands, hypovitaminosis, long-term antibiotic therapy, which…

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Blood test for allergens

Blood test for allergens

There are various types of laboratory tests, the ones that help determine whether a person has an allergic reaction and, if identified, what the degree of its severity is.  What are they for?  in humans – a reaction of immunity, which occurs when in contact with a substance that causes increased sensitivity. Every allergic person has an individual reaction to their allergen. Usually, when this substance enters the gastrointestinal tract or on the surface of the skin, or on the…

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Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis is a disease characterized by paroxysmal rhinorrhea, sneezing, nasal obstruction, itching in the nose and eyes, headache and observed at any age.

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