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Familial background of respiratory atopy. A factor of type I allergy to dust mite in patients with atopic dermatitis

Familial background of respiratory atopy. A factor of type I allergy to dust mite in patients with atopic dermatitis

Archives of Dermatology 125(7): 939-943

Skin prick and radioallergosorbent tests (RASTs) with Dermatophagoides farinae were performed (in Japan) on 120 patients with atopic dermatitis. The results showed that about 60% of the patients had type I allergy to the mite. However, test results did not relate to the severity of skin involvement, nor to seasonal fluctuation of the disease. Positive skin and RASTs occurred in many patients with atopic dermatitis who had a personal or family history of respiratory atopy.

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