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  • Asthma and other allergic pulmonary disorders
  • Persistent or recurrent cough 
  • Allergic and non-allergic causes of nasal and sinus symptoms
  • Allergic skin conditions such as contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis (eczema), urticaria (hives) and angioedema (skin swelling) 
  • Food Allergy 
  • Allergic and adverse reactions to medications 
  • Occupational and environmental reactions 
  • Recurrent infections and immunodeficiency 
  • Gastrointestinal disorders caused by immune responses to foods

One of the most important aspects of the initial evaluation for an allergic problem is a detailed and thorough medical history as it pertains to the current problem. This typically includes a review of family (genetic) and environmental factors as well as the character and duration of symptoms and response to previous treatments.

A physical exam of pertinent body systems is an important component of an allergy evaluation. This may include a more detailed fiber optic exam of the nose and throat.

Specific tests may include allergy skin tests, blood tests for allergy, allergy patch testing, pulmonary function testing, X-Rays or CAT scans as well as blood tests to evaluate the immune system.

Most patients with allergic diseases will benefit greatly from current allergy treatments. Treatment options may include allergen avoidance, use of medications, allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots) and other therapies for specific conditions.

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