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BackgroundHymenoptera stings are accountable for significant morbidity and deterioration in health-related quality of life due to the allergic reactions they cause, the most severe of which can culminate in fatal anaphylaxis. The availability of high quality venom extracts for use in the...
PurposeStings by Hymenoptera usually cause just local reactions. However, in some cases, they can induce systemic symptoms and even fatal reactions. The natural history and the risk factors of severe systemic reactions are presented in this review.MethodsBoth the natural history and risk factors...
Physicians think of mast cells and IgE primarily in the context of allergic disorders, including fatal anaphylaxis. This ‘bad side’ of mast cells and IgE is so well accepted that it can be difficult to think of them in other contexts, particularly those in which they may have beneficial...
Correction to:Allergo J Int 201910.1007/s40629-019-00110-9Affiliation and disclaimer have been misrepresented and are hereby corrected:Vera Mahler:Affiliation: Med. Faculty, Friedrich-Alexander-University (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.Disclaimer: The views expressed in this …
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