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Association of birch pollen-related food-responsive atopic dermatitis with birch pollen allergen-specific T-cell reactions



Association of birch pollen-related food-responsive atopic dermatitis with birch pollen allergen-specific T-cell reactions



Current Problems in Dermatology 28: 18-28



The chapter looks at the clinical relevance of pollen related food challenges and the evaluation of the skin for atopic dermatitis.

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