Two Casees of Mice Allergy Mitsuaki Takahashi 1 1Asahikawa Medical college pp.219-223
Published Date 1982/3/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492209415
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 Two laboratory workers with respiratory allergy caused by mice are reported. They had been handling mice, and recently they developed sneezing, hyperrbinorrhea and nasal obstruction when they handled mice.

 One patient was also suffered from conjunctivitis and asthmatic attack.

 Specific IgE antibody to mouse extracts was demonstrated in their serum by Prausnitz-Kfistner test but specific IgG antibody was not detected using Ouchterlony technique.

 It is suggested that allergic symptoms in these cases were due to the mouse extracts, and that type I allergy had an important role in the induction mechanism of these symptoms.

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