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International journal of Immunopathology, allergology, infectology.

Clinical implications of allergic dermatitis against the background ofbacterial and viral infections

Mitkovskaya O.A., Tolybekova A.A., Temirgalieva E.M.

Correlative bond of allergic inflammation and infectious process is far from being unambiguous.
For a number of years the authors have been examining the mutual impact between infectious diseases in patients with tuberculosis, infectious hepatitis, other infections and the development of allergic inflammation in case of allergic dermatitis in subsequent years.
The clinical and laboratory studies have been carried out to determine the difference in the course of allergic dermatitis and allergic dermatitis + tuberculosis, allergic dermatitis +HBsAg. The reverse correlative bond between bacterial infections, viral infections and atopies (allergic dermatitis) has been determined.


Atopy, bacterial infection, viral infection, hepatitis, allergic dermatitis, tuberculosis, interleukins.

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Mitkovskaya O.A., Tolybekova A.A., Temirgalieva E.M. Immunopathology, allergology, infectology 2012; 4:67-10