DOI: https://doi.org/10.26641/2307-0404.2018.1(part1).127254

Association between atopic and non-atopic diseases at children.

O. Abaturov, V. Dytiatkovsky, N. Naumenko, A. Kulieva, K. Bovsunovska, I. Filatova

Abstract


The paper presents the data of the association analysis bet­ween the diseases composig the atopic march (AM) in children – atopic dermatitis (AD), seasonal rhinoconjunctivitis (SARC) and perennial allergic rhinitis (PAR), bronchial asthma (BA), with non-atopic allergic diseases – acute and recurrent urticaria (AcU/RecU), Quincke edema (QE), and also with diseases of the digestive system (DS) – functional disorders of the biliary system (FDBS) and reactive pancreatitis (RP). The association between AD and food allergy (FA) in children has been determined, which is recorded as a direct association. A direct association was established between chronic infectious diseases of the upper respiratory tract and the PAR as well as BA. The lack of association between atopic and non-atopic allergic diseases had been confirmed. The association between FDBS and RP and non-atopic allergic diseases in children had been determined – AcU/RecU, QE.

Keywords


children; allergic diseases; atopic march; association; non-atopic diseases; digestive system

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