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Chronic constipation as a symptom of cow milk allergy / G Iacono; A Carroccio; F Cavataio; G Montalto; MD Cantarero; A Notarbartolo.-- pp. 34-9.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 126, 1 (1995)
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Revista en estantería
ESTREÑIMIENTO   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   LECHE   ANIMALES   PREESCOLAR
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Twenty-seven consecutive infants (mean age, 20.6 months) with chronic idiopathic constipation were studied to investigate the possible relation between constipation and cow milk protein allergy (CMPA). The infants were initially observed on an unrestricted diet, and the number of stools per day was recorded. Subsequently the infants were put on a diet free of cow milk protein (CMP) for two periods of 1 month each, separated by two challenges with CMP. During the CMP-free diet, there was a resolution of symptoms in 21 patients; during the two consecutive challenges, constipation reappeared within 48 to 72 hours. In another six patients the CMP-free diet did not lead to improvement of constipation....Continua.




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Elimination diet in cow's milk allergy: risk for impaired growth in young children / E Isolauri; Y Sütas; MK Salo; R Isosomppi; M Kaila.-- pp. 1004-9.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 132, 6 (1998)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   DESARROLLO INFANTIL   FISIOLOGIA DE LA NUTRICION DEL LACTANTE   LACTANTE
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to evaluate the nutritional impact of therapeutic elimination diets and to identify risk factors predisposing infants with food allergy to poor growth. STUDY DESIGN: We studied 100 children (mean age 7 months) with atopic dermatitis and challenge-proven cow's milk allergy and evaluated their growth during the symptomatic period before diagnosis and during the therapeutic elimination diet. RESULTS: Clinical control of symptoms was achieved in all patients. The mean length SD score and weight-for-length index of patients decreased compared with those in healthy age-matched children, p < 0.0001 and p = 0.03, respectively. Low serum albumin was present in 6% of the patients, 24% had an abnormal urea concentration, and 8% had a low serum phospholipid docosahexaenoic acid...Continua.

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Immunogenicity evaluation of protein hydrolysates for hypoallergenic infant formulae / CT Cordle; MI Mahmoud; V Moore.-- pp.270-276.-- En: Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.-- 13 (1991)
SOYA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   HIDROLISADOS DE PROTEINA   SUSTITUTOS DE LA LECHE MATERNA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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4/20
Cow milk allergy in infancy and hypoallergenic formulas / RE Kleinman.-- pp.S116-S121.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 2, 5 (1992)
SOYA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   SUSTITUTOS DE LA LECHE MATERNA   ALIMENTOS FORMULADOS   RECIEN NACIDO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Soy products and the human diet / JW Erdman; E Fordyce.-- pp.725-737.-- En: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 49 (1989)
SOYA   SALUD   INHIBIDORES DE TRIPSINA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   HIERRO   ALIMENTOS FORMULADOS   NUTRICION   GLUCOSA   PANCREAS
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Allergenicity and nutritional adequacy of soy protein formulas / L Businco; G Bruno; P Gianni Giampietro; A Cantani.-- pp.S21-S28.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 121 (1992)
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SOYA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   SUSTITUTOS DE LA LECHE MATERNA   RECIEN NACIDO   INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA   GASTROENTERITIS
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Tratamiento nutricional del niño hipersensible a la leche / Abbott Laboratories .--s.l. : Abbott Laboratories.-- En : Manejo de problemas en pediatría-- s.l.: Abbott Laboratories, .-- Vol.5
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA   TRATAMIENTO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
Solicite el material por este código: 618.923.A131.V.5
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Un enigma diagnóstico: problemas alimentarios no específicos / Abbott Laboratories .--s.l. : Abbott Laboratories.-- En : Manejo de problemas en pediatría-- s.l.: Abbott Laboratories, .-- Vol.6
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
Solicite el material por este código: 618.923.A131.V.6
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El manejo del niño con necesidades alimentarias especiales: preguntas y respuestas / Abbott Laboratories .--s.l. : Abbott Laboratories.-- En : Manejo de problemas en pediatría-- s.l.: Abbott Laboratories, .-- Vol.7
INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Food allergies in children affect nutrient intake and growth / L Christie; J Hine; JG Parker; W Burks.-- p. 1648-51.-- En: Journal of The American Dietetic Association.-- 102, 11 (2002)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   INGESTION DE ALIMENTOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   VITAMINA D   VITAMINA E   NIÑO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVES: To identify if specific food allergies, elimination diets, or other variables associated with food allergies have an impact on the growth and nutrient intake of children with food allergies. DESIGN: Measurements of height, weight, and body mass index were used to determine potential growth problems. Estimates of energy and nutrient intakes were based on 3-day diet records. A questionnaire was used to determine number of food allergies and other variables. SUBJECTS: Ninety-eight children with food allergies (subjects, mean age 3.7 +/- 2.3 years) and 99 children without food allergies (controls, mean age 4.1 +/- 2.4 years) participated in this age-matched, consecutive sampling, cross-sectional study. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS PERFORMED: Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel statistics using general association and Fisher Exact Test, with 2-sided probability, were conducted. RESULTS: Children with two or more food allergies were shorter, based on height-for-age percentiles, than those with one food allergy (P<.05). More than 25% of children in both groups consumed less than 67% of the DRI (RDA or AI) for calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin E....Continua.

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Recomendaciones sobre el uso de fórmulas para el tratamiento y prevención de las reacciones adversas a proteínas de leche de vaca = Recommendations on the use of formulas for the treatment and prevention of adverse reactions to cow milk proteins / A Ballabriga; M Moya; M Martín Esteban; J Dalmau; E Doménech; M Bueno; I Cano; J Cornellá; J Cubells; JM Martinón; P Sanjurjo; R Tojo; JC Vitoria.-- pp. 372-379.-- En: Anales Españoles de Pediatría.-- 54, 4 (2001)
ALIMENTOS INFANTILES   RECIEN NACIDO   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   ALERGIA   LECHE DE VACA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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12/20
Estudio de la incidencia de alergia mediada por IgE frente a la proteína de la leche de vaca en el primer año de vida = Incidence of IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk proteins in the first year of life / J Sanz Ortega; A Martorell Aragonés; A Michavila Gómez; A Nieto García.-- pp. 536-539.-- En: Anales Españoles de Pediatría.-- 54, 6 (2001)
BOVINOS   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   FEMENINO   HUMANO   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   INCIDENCIA   LACTANTE   MASCULINO   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   ESTUDIOS PROSPECTIVOS   ALERGIA   LECHE DE VACA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVE: To study the incidence of IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk proteins during the first year of life. METHODS: A multicenter, prospective study of newborns selected from different health centers was performed. The newborn infants were followed-up during the first year of life. Newborns with suspected adverse reaction to cow's milk were sent to the referral hospital for diagnostic study. This study was based on clinical history, skin tests (skin prick test) and on determination of specific IgE in serum (Pharmacia CAP system) against cow's milk and its protein fractions. Diagnosis was confirmed by open challenge. RESULTS: A total of 1,663 newborns were followed-up during the first year of life. Adverse reaction was suspected in 56 infants (3.3%). Allergy to cow's milk proteins was confirmed in 6 infants (0.36 %). Eighty-three percent of (5/6) children with cow's milk allergy had first-degree relatives with atopic disease compared with 19 % of children (329/1657) without cow's milk allergy. Among the entire sample, 26 infants had first-degree relatives with atopic disease and one of these infants (3.8%) developed cow milk allergy. The six children with cow's milk allergy were exclusively breast-fed, and clinical reaction developed within 1 week of the introduction of artificial feeding. CONCLUSION: The incidence of IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk was 0.36 %. In infants with two first-degree family members with atopic disease, the probability of developing allergy to cow's milk proteins during the first year of life was 3.8%.

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The natural history of food allergy / RA Wood.-- p. 1631-7.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
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HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ALERGENOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   HUEVOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA NUEZ   HISTORIA NATURAL   TOLERANCIA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    The natural history of food allergy refers to the development of food sensitivities as well as the possible loss of the same food sensitivities over time. Most food allergy is acquired in the first 1 to 2 years of life, whereas the loss of food allergy is a far more variable process, depending on both the individual child and the specific food allergy. For example, whereas most milk allergy is outgrown over time, most allergies to peanuts and tree nuts are never lost. In addition, whereas some children may lose their milk allergy in a matter of months, the process may take as long as 8 or 10 years in other children. This review provides an overview of the natural history of food allergy and provides specific information on the natural course of the most common childhood food allergies.

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14/20
Strategies for the prevention of cow´s milk protein and atopic diseases / Y Vandenplas; H Heymans.-- pp. 68-77.-- En: Anales Nestlé / Nestlé Nutrition.-- Vevey : Nestlé.-- 57, 2 (1999)
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Revista en estanteria
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   LECHE DE VACA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Milk hypersensitivity in young adults / L Pelto; O Impivaara; S Salminen; T Poussa; R Seppanen; EM Lilius.-- pp. 620-24.-- En: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 53, 8 (1999)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   INMUNOGLOBULINA G   ADULTO
Categoría geográfica: FINLANDIA  
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    To estimate the prevalence of milk hypersensitivity in Finnish adults.Cross-sectional study.Two hundred men and 206 women aged 27 y randomly recruited from the population register in southwestern Finland.The subjects were interviewed about their dairy product consumption, abdominal discomfort after dairy product intake and lactose intolerance. From serum samples, serum reactivity to milk protein and milk-specific IgG1, IgG2, IgG3 and IgA were measured.About 20% of the subjects reported abdominal discomfort after dairy product intake, whereas only 6.4% had been diagnosed to have lactose intolerance.....Continua.

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Local immune response in patients with cow milk allergy: follow-up of patients retaining allergy or becoming tolerant / E Isolauri; H Suomalainen; M Kaila; T Jalonen; E Soppi; E Virtanen; et.ál..-- pp. 9-15.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 120, 1 (1992)
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Revista en estantería
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   ANTICUERPOS   CASEINAS   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   INMUNOGLOBULINA G   INMUNOGLOBULINA M   PREESCOLAR   LACTANTE
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    To assist in identifying factors that determine the clinical outcome of cow milk allergy, we subjected to rechallenge 37 patients with a history of cow milk allergy, mean (+/- SD) age 27.6 +/- 7.1 months, after a follow-up of 13.5 +/- 5.1 months with a milk-free diet. A solid-phase enzyme-linked immunoassay was used to assess the total number of immunoglobulin-secreting and specific antibody-secreting cells among peripheral blood lymphocytes primed during provocation by milk antigens, giving indirect evidence of local immune response in the gut. Patients with persistent cow milk allergy (n = 13) had milder reactions at rechallenge than they had shown at the time of diagnosis...Continua.




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The pendulum between food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome and IgE-mediated milk allergy / A Kessel; I Dalal.-- pp. e183-85.-- En: Acta Paediatrica.-- 100, 10 (2011)
ENTEROCOLITIS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   URTICARIA
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    The transition from milk protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome to IgE-mediated milk allergy is uncommon. Herein, we describe three infants that suffered from recurrent vomiting and restlessness in response to cow's milk formula with negative skin prick to milk and therefore diagnosed as milk protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome. After recovering and reintroducing cow's milk formula, they developed disseminated urticaria and positive skin prick test to cow milk compatible with IgE-mediated milk allergy. CONCLUSION: An infant that recovers from cow milk food-induced enterocolitis syndrome might develop afterward IgE-mediated cow milk allergy.

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Practical dietary management of protein energy malnutrition in young children with cow's milk protein allergy / R Meyer; C Venter; AT Fox; N Shah.-- pp. 307-14.-- En: Pediatric Allergy and Immunology.-- 23, 4 (2012)
ALERGIA   LECHE DE VACA   DESNUTRICION PROTEICO-ENERGETICA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   PREVALENCIA   NIÑO
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    Cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) affects between 1.9 and 4.9% of infants and young children. This food allergy requires the complete elimination of cow's milk and its derivatives, impacting on nutritional status. The risk of having protein energy malnutrition (PEM) in children with CMPA has been well documented. In 2007, the World Health Organisation published guidelines on the dietary management of PEM, which has impacted on the recommendations and composition on specialist feeds for many chronic diseases, but not on CMPA...Continua.

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Hypersensitivity reactions to the Sabin vaccine in children with cow's milk allergy / CA Parisi; PL Smaldini; ME Gervasoni; JF Maspero; GH Docena.-- pp. 249-54.-- En: Clinical and Experimental Allergy.-- 43, 2 (2013)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   LECHE DE VACA   LACTALBUMINA   VACUNA ANTIPOLIO ORAL   NIÑO
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    BACKGROUND: The Sabin vaccine is used world-wide, and most children with food allergies receive it without incident. However, in the 2009 vaccination campaign conducted in Argentina, four children experienced immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions following vaccination. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to review the medical history of the affected children, study their allergic condition after the episodes and analyse the presence of allergenic vaccine components...Continua.

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Síndrome de enterocolitis inducido por proteínas de la dieta: Reporte de casos / W Daza; S Dadán; MC Uribe.-- pp. 240-45.-- En: Revista Colombiana de Gastroenterologia.-- Bogotá.-- 28, 3 (2013)
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ENTEROCOLITIS   ALERGIA E INMUNOLOGIA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   LACTANCIA MATERNA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Resumen: A propósito de 2 casos clínicos de pacientes con antecedente de enterocolitis neonatal, se presenta el tema de síndrome de enterocolitis inducido por proteínas de la dieta. Este es un tipo de alergia alimentaria no mediada por Ig E, de presentación severa, con incidencia y prevalencia desconocidas y cuya sospecha clínica, diagnóstico y manejo oportuno, se anteponen al desarrollo de complicaciones severas que incluso pueden llevar a la muerte.

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