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  1. Content type: Review article

    Food allergy poses a significant burden on patients, families, health care providers, and the medical system. The increased prevalence of food allergy has brought about investigation as to its cause and new tr...

    Authors: Ananth Thyagarajan and A. Wesley Burks

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2009 2:180

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  2. Content type: Conference proceedings

    Idiopathic nonallergic rhinitis (iNAR) has been difficult to define because of the long differential diagnosis of rhinopathy in the absence of allergic rhinitis. iNAR has traditionally been a diagnosis of excl...

    Authors: James N Baraniuk

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2009 2:156

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  3. Content type: Original research

    Asthma is a common chronic disease. Due to difficulties in accessibility to the health care system, asthma affects severely to minorities. This study's objective is to describe the morbidity of asthma on a poo...

    Authors: Eloisa Malbrán, Graciela Laura Rey and Alejandro Malbrán

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:200

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  4. Content type: Original research

    Delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions (DTHRs) after subcutaneous application of unfractionated heparins or low-molecular-weight heparins are not uncommon. Standard allergological testing usually includes int...

    Authors: Claudia Pföhler, Cornelia SL Müller, Gerhard Pindur, Hermann Eichler, Hans-Joachim Schäfers, Ulrich Grundmann and Wolfgang Tilgen

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:194

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  5. Content type: Original research

    A 47-year-old man presented to our hospital with collapse secondary to a subarachnoid hemorrhage. A careful history taking revealed symptoms of anaphylaxis before his collapse. This case illustrates an unusual...

    Authors: Yuen Su and Constance Katelaris

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:190

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  6. Content type: Review article

    The importance of immunoglobulin E (IgE) in atopic disorders such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, food allergies, and atopic dermatitis is well established. Elevation of total serum IgE is typically found in man...

    Authors: Manav Segal, Jeffrey R Stokes and Thomas B Casale

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:174

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  7. Content type: Original research

    Peanut-allergic children might be at risk for reactions to other legumes. However, it is not always possible to perform multiple oral food challenges in children. On the basis of patient case history, in vitro...

    Authors: Louise Bjerremann Jensen, Milene Andersen, Per Stahl Skov, Lars K Poulsen and Carsten Bindslev-Jensen

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:162

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  8. Content type: Review article

    Itch is the major symptom of many allergic or inflammatory skin diseases, yet it is still difficult to measure objectively. This article shows and updates the development and approaches of central nervous syst...

    Authors: Florian Pfab, Michael Valet, Thomas Tölle, Heidrun Behrendt, Johannes Ring and Ulf Darsow

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:168

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  9. Content type: Review Article

    In this review, we compare and contrast the clinical pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of first-generation H1 antihistamines and second-generation H1 antihistamines. First-generation H1 antihistamines cross the ...

    Authors: F. Estelle R. Simon and Keith J. Simons

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:145

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  10. Content type: Original research

    Intranasal corticosteroids (INS) are recommended as first-line therapy for allergic rhinitis. To date, no studies have evaluated the impact of an INS delivery system on patient satisfaction. Unless patients us...

    Authors: Leonard M. Fromer, Gabriel R. Ortiz and April M. Dowdee

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:156

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  11. Content type: Original Article

    Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a common, costly, and troublesome condition, impairing patients' quality of life (QoL), cognitive function, and productivity. Patients with AR report disturbed sleep, fatigue, irritab...

    Authors: G Walter Canonica, Joaquim Mullol, André Pradalier and Alain Didier

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:138

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  12. Content type: Original research

    A 21-year-old patient experienced asthmatic attacks when cleaning the cage of his budgerigar. Skin tests and radioallergosorbent test were positive to grass pollen and negative for budgerigar feathers and fece...

    Authors: Stephanie Rombold, Markus Ollert, Martin Sbornik, Jürgen Rakoski, Ulf Darsow and Johannes Ring

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:135

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  13. Content type: Review Article

    Anaphylaxis is an acute and potentially lethal multisystem allergic reaction. Most consensus guidelines for the past 30 years have held that epinephrine is the drug of choice and the first drug that should be ...

    Authors: Stephen F Kemp, Richard F Lockey and F Estelle R Simons

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1(Suppl 2):S18

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 1 Supplement 2

  14. Content type: Review article

    This is a review on published data available on food allergy in East Asia and a discussion on the insights that it offers.

    Authors: Bee Wah Lee, Lynette Pei-Chi Shek, Irvin Francis A. Gerez, Shu E Soh and Hugo P. Van Bever

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:129

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  15. Content type: Review article

    Angioedema can be caused by either mast cell degranulation or activation of the kallikrein-kinin cascade. In the former case, angioedema can be caused by allergic reactions caused by immunoglobulin E (IgE)-med...

    Authors: Allen P. Kaplan

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:99

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  16. Content type: Review article

    This overview describes the nature of the immune responses induced by the inhalation of allergens. There is a dichotomy in that B cells have multiple mechanisms that limit the amount of immunoglobulin E (IgE) ...

    Authors: Wayne R. Thomas and Belinda J. Hales

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:97

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  17. Content type: Supplement

    It is widely recognized that the incidence of allergies and allergic diseases is on the rise globally. As an international umbrella organization for regional and national allergy and clinical immunology societ...

    Authors: Ruby Pawankar, Carlos E Baena-Cagnani, Jean Bousquet, G Walter Canonica, Alvaro A Cruz, Michael A Kaliner, Bobby Q Lanier and Karen Henley

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1(Suppl 1):130

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 1 Supplement 1

  18. Content type: Original research

    Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) triggered by fruit and vegetables often occurs in patients with pollen-induced rhinoconjunctivitis because of cross-reactive epitopes in pollen and associated foods. This open obser...

    Authors: Karl-Christian Bergmann, Hendrik Wolf and Jörg Schnitker

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:79

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  19. Content type: Original research

    Asthma is exhibiting classical circadian fluctuations of clinical symptoms and airflow measurements, presumably influenced by the underlying airway inflammation and the endogenous cortisol secretion. The aim o...

    Authors: Todor A. Popov, Mohamed S. Shenkada, Anna V. Tzoncheva, Maria P. Pravtchanska, Tihomir B. Mustakov and Vasil D. Dimitrov

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:102

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  20. Content type: Letter to the Editor

    Authors: Josef Panasoff and David Nusem

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:100

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  21. Content type: Review article

    The prevalence of childhood allergic diseases, such as allergic asthma, allergic rhinitis, and atopic dermatitis, has increased exponentially. In Singapore, the prevalence of asthma at all ages exceeds 20%, an...

    Authors: Hugo P Van Bever, Sudesh T Samuel and Bee Wah Lee

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:57

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  22. Content type: Original research

    Recent studies have shown that Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccination is inversely related to asthma, a Th2 cell-associated with allergic disease, which BCG in humans induces Th1-cell immune responses and ...

    Authors: Eulis A Datau, H Mewengkang, JC Matheos, I Purnawan, M Wibisono, K Wongdjaja, C Wibowo, E Surachmanto and FP Salim

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:105

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  23. Content type: Review Article

    Specific immunotherapy (SIT) protocols for nutritional allergens have only recently been established with a focus on oral allergy syndrome because of pollen cross-reacting antibodies. For these patients, a sub...

    Authors: Regina Kerzl, Martin Mempel and Johannes Ring

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:108

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  24. Content type: WAO position paper

    Authors: Michael A Kaliner, Sergio Del Giacco, Carlos D Crisci, Anthony J Frew, Guanghui Liu, Jorge Maspero, Hee-Bom Moon, Takemasa Nakagawa, Paul C Potter, Lanny J Rosenwasser, Anand B Singh, Erkka Valovirta, Paul Van Cauwenberge and John O Warner

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:42

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  25. Content type: Review article

    The rate of reporting of childhood Churg-Strauss syndrome (CSS) has increased lately because of either increased awareness to the disease or a real increase in incidence. It is defined as one of the antineutro...

    Authors: Yehia El-Gamal

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:111

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  26. Content type: Review article

    Regulatory T (Treg) cells are considered to inhibit the development of both type 1 (Th1) and type 2 helper T (Th2) cells. However, it is recently reported that there are reduced numbers of Treg cells in patients ...

    Authors: Kanami Orihara, Susumu Nakae, Ruby Pawankar and Hirohisa Saito

    Citation: World Allergy Organization Journal 2008 1:123

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