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Gynecomastia induced by H1-antihistamine (ebastine) in a patient with idiopathic anaphylaxis

Jung HS, Park CH, Park YT, Bae MA, Lee YI, Kang BJ, Jegal Y, Ahn JJ, Lee T

H1-antihistamine is generally a well-tolerated and safe drug. However, in resemblance with all other drugs, H1-antihistamines can also prompt adverse drug reactions (ADRs). We recently encountered the very unusual ADR...
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Intravenous tacrolimus and cyclosporine induced anaphylaxis: what is next?

Kang SY, Sohn KH, Lee JO, Kim SH, Cho SH, Chang YS

Tacrolimus and cyclosporine have been used in various formulations, but their hypersensitivity reactions are rare in practice. Castor oil derivatives are nonionic surfactants used in aqueous preparations of hydrophobic active...
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Chlorpheniramine-induced anaphylaxis diagnosed by basophil activation test

Lee HS, Song WJ, Lee JW, Cho YY, Park HK, Kang MG, Cho SH, Sohn SW

Chlorpheniramine is a widely prescribed H1-antihistamine for relieving urticaria or histamine-mediated allergic reactions. However, although rare, it may cause immediate hypersensitivity reactions. The diagnosis is usually made by provocation test,...
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Repeat oral food challenges in peanut and tree nut allergic children with a history of mild/moderate reactions

Wainstein , Saad RA

BACKGROUND: In peanut and tree nut allergic children a history of anaphylaxis is associated with subsequent severe reactions. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to prospectively rechallenge peanut and tree nut allergic children with...
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Effect of high-dose sublingual immunotherapy on respiratory infections in children allergic to house dust mite

Barberi S, Ciprandi G, Verduci E, D'Auria E, Poli P, Pietra B, Incorvaia , Buttafava , Frati F, Riva E

BACKGROUND: Allergic rhinitis is characterized by eosinophil inflammation. Allergic inflammation may induce susceptibility to respiratory infections (RI). House dust mite (HDM) sensitization is very frequent in childhood. Allergen immunotherapy may...
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Immunoglobulin E to allergen components of house dust mite in Korean children with allergic disease

Kim HS, Kang SH, Won S, Lee EK, Chun YH, Yoon JS, Kim HH, Kim JT

BACKGROUND: House dust mites (HDMs) are important sources of indoor allergens. Seventeen components have been identified from Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Der p). OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to define the prevalence of specific...
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Association of prevalence of rhinitis, atopic eczema, rhinoconjunctivitis and wheezing with mortality from infectious diseases and with antibiotic susceptibility at a country level

Fsadni C, Fsadni P, Fava S, Montefort

BACKGROUND: It was previously reported that there is a positive correlation between incidence of type 1 diabetes and prevalence of asthma and atopic eczema. A negative correlation between the prevalence...
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Chronic cough: an Asian perspective. Part 1: Epidemiology

Song WJ, Faruqi S, Klaewsongkram J, Lee SE, Chang YS

Asia is one of the most diverse and dynamic continents. Due to recent rapid industrialisation and urbanisation, morbidity patterns are likely to be diverse in Asian populations. Chronic cough is...
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The sticky relationship between allergies and infections

Wang JY

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