AbstractText: Foodprotein-inducedenterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a non-immunoglobulin E mediated foodhypersensitivity syndrome characterized by profuse vomiting and diarrhea, which leads to lethargy, dehydration, and hypotension. Given the potential severity of reactions, resolution of FPIES is confirmed via oral food challenge (OFC) during which intravenous (IV) access is recommended to facilitate IV fluids (IVF) and steroid therapy.
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... the incidence of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in patients with celiacdisease AbstractText: We identified patients with celiacdisease based on intestinal biopsies submitted to all pathology departments in ... based on stratified Cox proportional hazards models) among patients with celiacdisease vs. without celiacdisease (controls) matched by age, sex, and calendar period AbstractText: We identified 28,339 patients with celiacdisease and 141,588 controls; neither group had a history of ...
Allergy to peanut and egg seems to be more common in Northern Europe, the United ... Australia compared with Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia, whereas shellfish and fish allergies may be more common in Asia. The rate of transient unrecognized foodallergy may be high and variable recognition of foodallergy may explain some of the differences seen in foodallergy prevalence Keyword: Age ...
... The gold standard for diagnosis of immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated foodallergy remains the oral food challenge, with serum IgE testing and skin prick testing serving ... However, the increase in prevalence of foodallergy (both physician diagnosed and patient suspected) has led patients to ... pursue a variety of other alternative diagnostic procedures for suspected foodallergy, which are reviewed in this article.
Abstract: Foodallergy diagnosis remains challenging... Recognizing foodallergy is of utmost importance to prevent life-threatening reactions... Although many newer diagnostic techniques are improving the accuracy of foodallergy diagnostics, an oral food challenge remains the only definitive method of confirming a foodallergy Keyword: Basophil activation test ... Keyword: Foodallergy.
Abstract: Genetic factors and mechanisms underlying foodallergy are largely unknown... Here, we report a genome-wide association study on foodallergy diagnosed by oral food challenge in 497 cases and 2387 controls ... causative food demonstrates that association of the HLA locus is peanutallergy-specific whereas the other four loci increase the risk for any foodallergy ...
Food Hypersensitivity (5), Peanut Hypersensitivity (1), more mentions
The prevalence of foodallergy is increasing. Foodallergy can be life threatening and there is no approved treatment available... However, research into safety and efficacy for foodallergy is limited. Continued scientific research into foodallergy herbal formula 2 (FAHF-2), refined methods of formulation, purified compounds, and other ...
... focused on gender-based differences in non-referral populations with celiacdisease AbstractText: The aim of this study was to estimate those ... differences in a unique population-based cohort of patients with celiacdisease with respect to (1) presenting symptoms, (2) associated autoimmune disorders ... record of a population-based incident cohort of patients with celiacdisease.
Immune System Diseases (4), Oncology (1), Blood Disorders and Hematology (1) Celiac Disease (6), Autoimmune Diseases (2), Hypothyroidism (1), more mentions
... determine factors associated with performance of duodenal biopsy during upper endoscopy AbstractText: Celiacdisease (CD) prevalence approaches 1% in the United States and Europe, yet CD ... multivariate analysis, age, gender, indication, gross endoscopic appearance, physician affiliation with a celiacdisease center, and absence of a participating trainee were all significantly associated with ...
Anti-Obesity and Weight Loss (2), Blood Disorders and Hematology (2), Gastrointestinal Diseases (1) Celiac Disease (3), Diarrhea (2), Anemia (2), more mentions
AbstractText: Influenza has been linked to autoimmune conditions, but its relationship to subsequent celiacdisease (CD) is unknown... We could neither confirm a causal association with pandemic vaccination, nor refute entirely a small excess risk Keyword: Celiacdisease. Keyword: cohort studies. Keyword: influenza a virus (H1N1 subtype. Keyword: mass vaccination.
Immune System Diseases (1) Human Influenza (14), Celiac Disease (3), H1N1 Influenza (1), more mentions
AbstractText: An association between celiacdisease and renal diseases has been suggested, but the results are controversial AbstractText: To investigate the prevalence of celiacdisease autoimmunity among individuals undergoing renal biopsies and to evaluate whether ... disease AbstractText: The prevalence of celiac autoimmunity (previous diagnosis of celiacdisease or positive tissue transglutaminase antibodies) was determined in 827 consecutive ...
Kidney Disease (3) Celiac Disease (5), IGA Glomerulonephritis (5), more mentions