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개방 경구유발시험으로 확진된 속발형 식품알레르기 : 병력 및 알레르기 피부시험의 진단적 의의

Other Titles
 Immediate Type Reaction of Food Allergy Confirmed by Open Food Challenge Test : Diagnostic Value of History and Skin Test in Food Allergy 
Authors
 이기영  ;  김규언  ;  정병주 
Citation
 Pediatric Allergy and Respiratory Disease (소아알레르기 호흡기학회지), Vol.7(2) : 173-186, 1997 
Journal Title
 Pediatric Allergy and Respiratory Disease (소아알레르기 호흡기학회지) 
ISSN
 1225-679X 
Issue Date
1997
Abstract
Purpose : Food allergy is one of the common allergic diseases and elicits various clinical manifestations in children. Although the offending food could be suspected by history of food allergy and skin test with food allergen, it should be confirmed by food challenge test. We investigated the result of open food challenge test(OFCT) with offending food as suspected by history and/or skin test. Thereafter we analyzed the relationship between positive history of food allergy and positive skin test to food allergen, and positive food challenge test. Methods : The subjects consisted of 208 children (age range, 3-15 years) with history of food allergy and/or positive skin test to food allergen. Open food challenge test was performed in 276 cases with 33 kinds of suspected foods. Increasing doses of natural food were given every 20 minutes, and the clinical manifestations elicited by challenge test were observed for 1 hour. Results : 1) One-hundred twenty eight of 276 cases were positive for OFCT, and the provocation rate was 46.4%. 2) The provocation rate of individual food was highest in buckwheat flour(72.3%), followed by crab(60.0%), shrimp(45.8%), milk(41.6%), and egg(41.4%). 3) OFCT elicited allergic manifestations in 44.8% of positive history alone and 31.1% of positive skin test alone. Allergic manifestations were elicited in 91.2% when both the positive history and skin test were positive for the same food. 4) Positive and negative predictive values for OFCT were 67.8% and 68.9% in history, 46.8% and 55.2% in skin test, and 91.2% and 65.3% in history and skin test respectively. 5) Urticaria was the most common symptom(84.4%) elicited by OFCT. There were various allergic manifestations such, as asthma, rhinitis, conjunctivitis and burning sensation in throat. Anaphylactic shock was observed in 3 cases with buckwheat flour allergy. 6) For the most cases(51.5%) symptoms occurred by the ingestion of small amount(1-100gm) of offending food. But symptoms in 27 cases were elicited just by scrubbing the food on lips or licking it by tongue. Conclusions: Open food challenge test showed the highest positive provocation rate with buckwheat. The most common symptom was urticaria, which was elicited with only a small amount of offending food. In predicting the result of OFCT, food allergy history was more reliable than the positive skin test, and if both the history and the skin test were positive for the same food, almost all the cases showed positive results with OFCT.
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Pediatrics (소아청소년과학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Kim, Kyu Earn(김규언)
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/177978
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