TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «POLLENOSIS»
The term «pollenosis» is used very little and occupies the 189.544
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «POLLENOSIS»
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Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey
Vaso-motor spasms usually at the end of a day's work with the Fingers of Each
Hand: Slight Exophthalmic Goitre: Pollenosis of Vernal and Autumnal Type:
Recovery. Miss J. X. I., an American woman, trained nurse, born in 1884; first
seen in ...
Medical Society of New Jersey, 1920
Dr. Wilson, in closing the discussion, said that so-called hay-fever or pollenosis
was the only one aspect of sensitization in general. It was his conviction that
owing to the common fact of multiple sensitization, specific pollen desensitization
Food Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reactions: A Practical ...
The full spectrum of the syndrome and the shared allergenic determinants in the
different substances is under continuing investigation. For a clinical viewpoint it is
useful to consider these syndromes with respect to pollenosis associated ...
Marianne Frieri, Brett Kettelhut, 1999
The New England Journal of Medicine
POLLENOSIS. THE reality of the condition known as pollenosis, or hay-fever, has
been well established by experimental work in the field of in1n1unization and
treatment with pollen extracts. Although hay-fever is caused by the pollen of plant
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association
A series of pollenosis cases showed skin reactions to grain as follows : wheat
100 per cent., barley 66 per cent., oats 64 per cent., rice 82 per cent., corn 90 per
cent. On the other hand, not all grain cases showed skin reactions to pollen of
On the other hand, Dr. Wilson claims that it makes no difference whether the case
be one of pollenosis, urticaria, eczema, asthma, or any other manifestation of
anaphylaxis, as long as it is a case of sensitization the indications are clear that ...
American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society, 1917
Journal of the American Medical Association
The good results obtained by the use of autogenous vaccines still further suggest
the important relation of bacteria to this disease. The mechanism underlying
pollenosis, with its accompanying anaphylactic symptoms, is still an open
Allergens and Allergen Immunotherapy: Fifth Edition
Study of the role of antigen dosage in treatment of pollenosis and pollen-asthma.
Am J Dis Child 1957; 94: 1. Lowell FC, Franklin W. A double blind study of the
effectiveness and specificity of injection therapy in ragweed hay fever. NEngl
Richard F. Lockey, Dennis K. Ledford, 2014
MATERIAL AND METHOD The investigations were made in 51 randomselected
patients with rhinitis, 28 of them with the vasomotor type and 23 with pollenosis.
The sex ratio was 32 females to 19 males. The age range was 18-60 years, the ...
Food Allergy: Adverse Reaction to Foods and Food Additives
Fern ́andez-Rivas and colleagues  compared patients with Rosaceae fruit
allergy with and without pollenosis and found that systemic reactions occurred in
82% without compared to 45% with pollenosis. Anaphylactic shock was also ...
Dean D. Metcalfe, Hugh A. Sampson, Ronald A. Simon, 2013
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «POLLENOSIS»
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Enhancing the efficacy of immunity-activating nucleic acid drugs
... drugs are anticipated as potential treatment for cancers, viral infections, autoimmune disorders, and allergic diseases such as pollenosis, etc. «Phys.Org, Aug 12»