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Immediate hypersensitivity reactions to foods: blinded food challenges in children with atopic dermatitis


, : Immediate hypersensitivity reactions to foods: blinded food challenges in children with atopic dermatitis. Annals of Allergy 57(3): 209-212

Diet manipulation and elimination at home are generally inadequate diagnostic methods in patients with atopic dermatitis; environmental variables and parent bias are uncontrolled and compliance with specified diets at home is often inadequate. The double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge provides a scientifically acceptable means of diagnosing adverse food reactions and should be considered standard for clinical investigations.

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