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|Title: ||The interest for standardization of specific IgE determination in veterinary medicine|
|Authors: ||Martins, Luís|
|Issue Date: ||6-Jan-2012|
|Publisher: ||Hospital Veterinário da Universidade de Évora|
|Citation: ||Synopsis of the Veterinary ImmunoCap Project.|
|Abstract: ||Inserted in the partnership between the University of Évora and Thermo Fisher Scientific: Motivation for dog and cat consultation because of allergy is mainly due to pruritus.
Skin is eritematous and may develop several complications, like alopecia and
secondary infections. Digestive and cutaneous symptoms of food allergy, flea
allergic dermatitis, rhinitis and conjunctivitis, Winter worsening of dermatitis in
mould or mite-sensitized individuals and around-Spring allergy to pollens
are also well known animal conditions.
Dog and cat allergic dermatitis may result from: 1) Atopic dermatitis; 2) Food
allergy; 3) Flea allergic dermatitis; 4) Malassezia pachidermatis dermatitis; 5) Contact
Human and dog atopic dermatitis may even show several similarities.|
|Appears in Collections:||MED - Relatórios|
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