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Oral Provocation test

Oral Provocation test

Oral provocation tests are conducted when in doubt about a food or drug allergy. If allergy is already proven, there is no need for this type of test. However it is often conducted in order to clearly...
Blood test

Blood test

For allergies, it is useful to take a blood sample to dose the IgE (immunoglobulin type E) both total and specific. IgE are allergy antibodies (e.g. against pollens or cats). By quantifying specific IgE...
Lung function

Lung function

LUNG FUNCTION – SPIROMETRY Determines the obstruction and airway inflammation Allows detection and monitoring of asthma (useful during pollen season) Two measurements are made during the test. The...
Anamnesis

Anamnesis

Anamnesis: 1st CONSULTATION & ASSESSMENT Anamnesis is run by the allergist (Dr. Nicolas ROUX), during the first medical consultation. Patient’s medical history and symptoms are detailed, to assess...
Skin prick-tests

Skin prick-tests

For the most common allergies, including pollinosis, allergies to animal dander, dust mites, wasps and certain foods, diagnosis can be established by standard skin prick-tests.Additional skin tests are...
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