Pathophysiology of Allergy

Pathophysiology or physiopathology of allergic diseases is a convergence of pathology with physiology; which can assist in the treatment, management, and therefore in the prevention of allergy. Allergic diseases may develop in any organ or system which is caused by the etiological factors includes infectious agents and foreign proteins of the factors operating in the casual pathogenesis of infectious diseases. The most important one is an exaggerated formation of antibodies, which appears to be uncontrolled and occurring irrespective of the demands of the organism. The crucial morphological features in allergic inflammation are rather assorted, their diagnostic value differing in a wide range but being never absolute. The immunoperoxidase and immunofluorescent methods and electron microscopy are important diagnostic tools which have been generally acknowledged that many drugs operate as antigens. This may cause the death of the respective patient, but the allergic manifestations may subside after withdrawal of such drugs.

  • Stress physiology
  • Immediate hypersensitivity reactions
  • Allergy: Etiology and Epidemiology
  • Diagnosis and treatment of allergy
  • Primary immune responses

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