Estimation of IgE levels and basophile count in type I hypersensitivity

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Three ml of venous blood samples from 20 patients with confirmed type I hypersensitivity, 13 patients were females and 7 males in addition to 20 healthy control samples were enrolled in this study, all samples were subjected for (ELISA test) (Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent assay) to estimate the IgE Levels, in addition to a drop of capillary blood by finger puncture for preparation of blood film for blood basophile count. Cases included systemic anaphylaxis and localized hypersensitivity reaction such as hay fever, asthma, food allergies and eczema. Case sheet was organized for each case.

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