Persistent cow's milk allergy with attacks of anaphylaxis
AbstractThe most common food protein causing allergy in infants and young children is cows milk, but persistence of this allergy into adulthood is rare. It is estimated that 2-3% of the general population suffers from cows milk allergy (CMA), but reports of anaphylaxis in adulthood are limited. This case report discusses persistence of CMA with several anaphylaxis episodes in a 12-year-old girl who had allergic reactions from 6 months of age. She is also unable
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