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atopy

[′ad·ə·pē]
(medicine)
Clinically evident hypersensitivity.
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Turkderm 2013; 47: 99-102) Key Words: Atopic dermatitis, atopy patch test, skin prick test, SCORAD
Dogs Trust veterinary director Paula Boyden said: "Buster's condition is atopy which can be likened to hayfever in humans - whereas humans with grass allergies sneeze, atopy manifests itself as a skin condition in dogs.
Allergen specific IgE levels were measured for a panel of 5 common aeroallergens, with atopy defined as at least 1 positive allergen specific IgE level.
A genetic predisposition to allergies is known as atopy.
Obesity can affect airways via its effects on atopy, lymphocyte ratios, immune responsiveness, and systemic inflammation.
Usually caused by many factors, this is Atopy, or allergy of unknown cause.
Some areas discussed include clinical features of patients having oral allergy syndrome associated with plant food allergens in the Kanto Region, the current position of atopy patch testing in the diagnosis of food allergy in children, clinical manifestations of food allergy, and management of the child with food allergy.
Furthermore, neither the symptoms nor the presence of atopy, which affects 30% of the population, would reliably differentiate asthma from bronchiectasis.
Going forward, the Group will explore the affect of beer on atopy and allergy symptoms related to house dust.
Personal or family histories of atopy, prematurity, or chronic lung or congenital heart diseases were not associated with ARI severity caused by RSV or HMPV.
Atopy, the most common allergic condition in dogs--7,000,000 are affected--tends to appear between six months and three years of age and often is a lifelong condition that can lead to hair loss, red skin, lesions, and secondary infections.