housedust mite

housedust mite

a probable factor in the development of allergic skin diseases in dogs. See allodermanyssus, dermatophagoides, cheyletus eruditus, tyrophagusfarinae.
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Therefore, better results to immunotherapy are achieved when patients have IgE responses to a smaller range of antigens when compared with patients who are polysensitive to a wide range of housedust mite allergens.
These days it's most likely to be the housedust mite.
4] Those implicated include housedust mite (HDM), grass, mould and cockroach, among others.
I know this can be caused by an allergy to things such as the housedust mite.
Allergies are the most likely cause of rhinitis and things such as pollen (which causes seasonal rhinitis or hayfever), and the housedust mite are well-known triggers.
OUR five-year-old son has had asthma since he was two and we have found out he is allergic to the housedust mite.
THE housedust mite is a tiny creature that feeds on dead skin and lives in all our soft furnishings, particularly beds.
For patients with allergy to housedust mites, evidence is leaning toward a role for subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT) in severe forms of atopic dermatitis (AD), and to sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) for milder forms, researchers said.
Typically, patients allergic to indoors antigens such as housedust mites have symptoms perennially are worse during periods of prolonged indoor confinement and better if taken on camping trips or being boarded kennels or hospitals.
Common allergies include hayfever, cats, dogs, housedust mites, wheat and peanuts.
They wake up with an itchy, runny nose and even sneeze for no apparent reason, but the cause is likely to be housedust mites.