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atopy

[′ad·ə·pē]
(medicine)
Clinically evident hypersensitivity.
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This was followed by the "important" criteria of early age of onset, atopy, and xerosis, which had a sensitivity that ranged between 88% and 95%, while the associated criteria had a sensitivity that ranged between 50% and 85%.
The European Respiratory Society Study on COPD (EUROSCOP) found that 18% of the COPD participants were atopic by measuring specific IgE,[sup][5] and a further study demonstrated that atopy was associated with a higher prevalence of cough and phlegm, but not with FEV[sub]1 decline or lung function.
8% of the subjects received treatment with diagnoses of asthma and non-asthmatic atopy (allergic rhinitis, eczema).
14] Finally, a review published on 2008 stated that, although the research fails to support the benefits of breastfeeding in ADs and that breastfed infants showed a higher incidence of atopy and asthma, prolonged breastfeeding would eventually reduce this.
At the first testing, 45 percent of 13-year-olds tested positive for atopy, although only 40 percent of those who either bit their nails or sucked their thumbs were found to have the condition.
In the present study, personal or family history of atopy was found in 5 patients (9%).
In Ludhiana, atopy was seen to be associated with 22.
He uses ASIT frequently because Cornell primarily treats severe cases of year-round AD, Animals with milder or seasonal atopy may benefit from supplements with balanced omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids or antihistamines.
A remarkable account of the textual prosthesis as the text's origin, this story is also about the theme of atopy (placelessness) in Itos work, which has always reflected the author's unusual position in the ecology of world literature and the transnational avant-garde.
Several epidemiological studies have reported associations between atopy or other allergic phenotypes and exposure to some TRAP exposure surrogates, including nitrogen dioxide (N[O.
Atopy typically begins in dogs one to three years of age.