a condition that makes a person become sick or develop skin or breathing problems because they have eaten certain foods or been near certain substances:
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a condition that causes illness when someone eats certain foods or touches or breathes in certain substances:
It is important to note that asthma is highly heterogeneous, and that the asthmatic inflammatory response does not always correspond closely to classical allergy.
Its etiologic pathogen, along with the basic mechanism of immune allergy causing angiitis, have yet to be clarified.
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If a patient reported year-round allergies, they were classified as suffering from a chronic allergic condition.
However, the relationship between changes in rates of infection and allergy is complex and not fully understood.
By the same token, individuals with an extremely sensitive immune system may more easily fall prey to severe allergies or autoimmune diseases.
Leather dust can be carcinogenic and causes allergies, both of which represent a threat to the local population.
There are theories not involving infection, including the theory invoking allergy to synthetic detergent, that suggesting antigenicity to mites, and that suggesting allergy to mercury.
The authors concluded that the atopic nature of the parents significantly affected the allergy incidence in their children.
All newborns whose family history suggests an increased risk of developing allergy have a test to determine whether they actually have an increased allergy risk.
Metals and compounds like chromium and phenol are carcingenic and dyes like azo are both carcinogenic and allergy inducing.
To avoid potential drug interactions, new patients must complete a form indicating what other medications they are currently taking, allergies, and medical history and conditions.