intracutaneous reaction

(redirected from intradermal reaction)

in·tra·cu·ta·ne·ous re·ac·tion

, intradermal reaction
a reaction following the injection of antigen into the skin of a sensitive subject, such as in the case of the tuberculin test.

in·tra·cu·ta·ne·ous re·ac·tion

, intradermal reaction (in'tră-kyū-tā'nē-ŭs rē-ak'shŭn, in'tră-dĕr'măl)
A reaction following the injection of antigen into the skin of a sensitive subject, such as in the case of the tuberculin test.

intracutaneous reaction

A reaction following the injection of a substance into the skin. Synonym: intradermal reaction See: skin test
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The diagnosis can also be made by serology, biopsy, enzyme immunoassay test and intradermal reaction to histoplasmin.
Rosa Guinot-Moya, Eduard Valmaseda-Castellon, Leonardo Berini-Aytes, Cosme Gay-Escoda done study on 211 lesions and they recorded antecedents of trauma, insect bites or surgery, intradermal reaction of vaccine, history of alopecia areata as the etiology.
The diagnosis of an IgE mediated anaphylactic reaction is based on the finding of a positive skin prick and/or intradermal reaction to an agent the patient received during anaesthesia, in the context of an appropriate clinical history and an elevated serum tryptase, performed at the appropriate time points after the reaction.