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allergic

of, relating to, having, or caused by an allergy
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Highlight the increasing incidence and burden of allergic rhinitis
The epidemiologists forecast that the total prevalent cases of allergic conjunctivitis in the 6MM will grow by 5.
Almost always the symptom of itching indicate an allergic reaction.
His research team began the study to identify environmental factors that amplify the allergic responses.
The sharpest increase is seen in children and young people, especially in the number of life-threatening allergic reactions in children.
Ninety-four patients exhibiting signs and symptoms of allergic rhinitis and a positive skin prick test were selected and randomly divided into 2 groups.
Studies in human patients suggest that changes in commensal populations or exposure to broad spectrum antibiotics can predispose patients to the development of systemic allergic diseases," Hill explains.
Of the 21 males in the allergic rhinitis group, 16 had a positive smear (76%) and 5 had a negative smear (24%).
Pharmacologically, the most effective treatments for allergic rhinitis are intranasal corticosteroids, oral antihistamines, and leukotriene receptor antagonists.
These and other exposed farmworkers have shown higher than normal skin irritation, asthma and "rhinitus" (runny noses)--all classic allergic reactions.
About a quarter of patients treated develop extreme allergic reactions to antibodies and other substances present in the host animal's serum.