Progresos en el diagnóstico de la alergia

Antonio Nieto, María Nieto, Ángel Mazón

Resumen


El diagnóstico tradicional de la alergia mediante pruebas por punción, RAST, o ambas, ofrece información muy limitada respecto a la auténtica naturaleza de los problemas alérgicos y de sus implicaciones clínicas, terapéuticas y de pronóstico. El diagnóstico por componentes alergénicos (naturales o recombinantes) supone un gran salto cualitativo que está permitiendo gran mejoría en el diagnóstico y tratamiento de los pacientes alérgicos, porque su uso concomitante con la historia clínica y otros métodos diagnósticos in vivo e in vitro mejora de manera relevante la precisión diagnóstica.


Palabras clave


alergia; diagnóstico; diagnóstico molecular.

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