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Current concepts in the treatment of insect venom allergies

Current concepts in the treatment of insect venom allergies

Dermatosen in Beruf und Umwelt. Occupation and Environment 27(2): 44-48

Since standardised insect venom extracts have become available, the value of whole body extract hyposensitization has been questioned. Measurement of specific IgG antibodies serve as evidence of the immunological potency of the applied hyposensitization solution. The clinical success can be tested by exposition to insect sting.

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