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Intradermal Tests

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  • CONCLUSIONS: The data show that rAsp f I/a is a major allergen with biologic relevance in some A. fumigatus-allergic individuals as evaluated by skin prick tests, intradermal tests, or serologic methods [6].
  • Studies revealed the presence of immediate skin test reactivity and a positive passive transfer test to chamomile-tea extract [7].
  • Before and on days 7 and 14 of treatment, five intradermal tests with various amounts of histamine phosphate (range 0.3 to 40 micrograms) were performed [8].
  • In the Prausnitz-Küstner test, immediate skin reactions were observed with all seven unheated sera but with none of the heated serum aliquots [9].
  • Twelve additional patients had highly reactive intradermal tests to common environmental allergens, which also may be clinically significant for underlying atopy [10].

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