By Alan Edwards (auth.), Ruby Pawankar, Stephen T. Holgate, Lanny J. Rosenwasser (eds.)
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Conclusions This has been a very brief overview of some of the main happenings and publications in the history of allergy. There is much more and many more workers, both scientists and clinicians, who have contributed greatly to our understanding of this disease that is increasing in prevalence. Space has not allowed consideration of the important work that has been done in the identification and standardisation of allergens, the standardisation of diagnostic skin tests, the standardisation of allergen challenge tests given orally, and by inhalation and the measurement of total and specific IgE antibodies in the serum.
If properly performed, they yield useful confirmatory evidence for a diagnosis of specific allergy. As they are complex to perform and interpret, it is recommended that they be carried out by experienced personnel . P. Demoly ( ) and J. fr F. Gaeta and A. Romano Unità di Allergologia, Complesso Integrato Columbus, via G. Moscati, 31, I-00168 Rome, Italy A. , Troina, Italy R. Pawankar et al. 1007/978-4-431-98349-1_2, © Springer 2009 21 22 P. Demoly et al. Fig. 1 Diagnosis of IgE-mediated allergy Methods Skin Testing Methods Several methods of skin testing are available.
Interpretation of Skin Tests Carefully performed and correctly interpreted skin tests with high-quality allergen extracts and a battery that includes all relevant allergens of the patient’s geographic area are a simple, painless and highly effective method. Therefore, skin testing represents one of the primary tools for allergy diagnosis. Both false-positive and false-negative skin tests may occur because of improper technique or material. False-positive skin tests may result from dermographism or may be caused by ‘irritant’ reactions or a non-specific boost from a nearby strong reaction .