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Respiratory allergies caused by Aspergillus species from pot soil of house plants

Respiratory allergies caused by Aspergillus species from pot soil of house plants

Praxis und Klinik der Pneumologie 35(8): 363-366

Ten patients suffering from rhinitis and/or asthma with postiive (intracutaneous) skin test to 15 A. spp. were investigated by nasal provocation, RAST and tests for precipitating antibodies. The results were correlated to specific individual exposure to fungi in the soil of potted plants in the homes of the patients. Seven persons were found to be sensitized to these fungi.

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