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What is Atopic asthma?

What is Atopic asthma?

  • Atopic asthma: Atopic asthma is one of the most common forms of asthma and is triggered by exposure to an allergen. Upon exposure to the allergen, the airways become constricted and inflamed which affects breathing. The severity of symptoms is variable. This form of asthma is more common in children than adults.

Atopic asthma: Introduction

Types of Atopic asthma:

Broader types of Atopic asthma:

How serious is Atopic asthma?

Prognosis of Atopic asthma: The prognosis varies depending on how well exposure to the allergen can be controlled and whether other asthma preventative measures are utilized e.g. preventative medications. Prognosis is also affected by the severity of the individual response to the asthma-inducing allergen.
Complications of Atopic asthma: see complications of Atopic asthma

What causes Atopic asthma?

Causes of Atopic asthma: see causes of Atopic asthma

What are the symptoms of Atopic asthma?

Symptoms of Atopic asthma: see symptoms of Atopic asthma

Complications of Atopic asthma: see complications of Atopic asthma

Onset of Atopic asthma: any age but usually during childhood

Atopic asthma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Atopic asthma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Atopic asthma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Atopic asthma: Allergist/Immunologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Atopic asthma.
Treatments for Atopic asthma: see treatments for Atopic asthma
Research for Atopic asthma: see research for Atopic asthma

Name of Atopic asthma

Main name of condition: Atopic asthma

 

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