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pollinosis

[‚päl·ə′nō·səs]
(medicine)
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Fernandez, "Plant food allergy in patients with pollinosis from the mediterranean area," International Archives of Allergy and Immunology, vol.
When I wrote the first review article entitled "Pollinosis in Japan", (3) only a few reports could be cited in the references.
Cuevas, "Allergy to Rosaceae fruits without related pollinosis," Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
The diagnosis of Japanese cedar or Japanese cypress pollinosis is done by otorhinolaryngologist according to clinical history, nasal findings, and serum-specific IgE levels.
Aistova, "Invasive plants a source of pollinosis in the Russian Far East," Turczaninowia, vol.
Kimura et al., "Japanese cedar pollinosis and HLA-DP5," Tissue Antigens, vol.
Nevertheless, no connections were found between the levels of IgE and histamine caused by anti IgE antibody in healthy people as well as in patients with pollinosis (21, 22).
Probiotics in the treatment of Japanese cedar pollinosis: a double-blind placebo-controlled trial.
The relation between pollutants and higher spread of pollinosis in urbanized territories is determined in separate works (D'Amato et al.
Allergy, or how it is called scientifically "pollinosis" (from Latin "Pollin'- pollen)--is an immunity disease.
The primary outcome measure was the rhinoconjunctivitis total symptom score (RTSS), which includes the six most common symptoms of pollinosis (sneezing, rhinorrhea, nasal pruritus, nasal congestion, ocular pruritus, and watery eyes).
Air samples collected at certified pollen stations are used to count numbers and types of pollen and fungal spores, and these counts are used by allergists to predict the greatest risk for pollinosis in individuals due to the presence of a particular aeroallergen.