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DIAGNOSTIC METHODS OF ALLERGIC DISEASES

The effectiveness of therapy and prevention is largely determined by the quality of diagnostic measures aimed at identifying the causes and factors contributing to the emergence, formation and progression of allergic diseases. Diagnostic methods for allergic diseases include:

1. Collection of allergy history (history of the disease and patient’s life).

2. An objective examination of the patient.

3. Data of instrumental examination methods (x-ray, spirometry, endoscopy, etc.).

4. Data from allergological testing in vivo.

5. Laboratory data.

6. Data on the effectiveness of the prescribed therapy.
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DIAGNOSTIC METHODS OF ALLERGIC DISEASES

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  2. Laboratory methods for the diagnosis of infectious diseases
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  3. Ultrasonic and thermal imaging methods for diagnosing diseases of ENT organs.
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  4. Immunological methods for the diagnosis of infectious diseases
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  5. ALLERGIC LUNG DISEASES
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  6. Allergic eye diseases
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  7. Allergic bowel disease
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  8. Allergic diseases of the nose and ear
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  9. Allergic Disease Treatment
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