In Concert Food Allergy Treated, Another May Get Developed
Some kids who get one kind of food allergy that may gets develop and at the same time another type of reaction, may be more persistent and more severe develop. A original study through pediatric reaction experts suggest that health care caregivers and provider carefully check children with food based allergies to be familiar with early signs of eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE).
Top allergist Jonathan M. Spergel, M.D., Ph.D., of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) said "These two types of allergy have some elements in common, but patients with EoE usually don't go on to develop tolerance to the foods that trigger EoE,” Spergel is working as a senior writer of allergy research, existing today led by Solrun Melkorka Maggadottir, Managing Director. Spergel said "The pattern we found in those 17 patients suggests that the two types of food allergy have distinct pathophysiologies—they operate by different mechanisms and cause different functional changes,".