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EFFECTIVENESS OF SUBCUTANEOUS ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH TREE POLLEN ALLERGEN EXTRACT ADSORBED ON CALCIUM PHOSPHATE IN CHILDREN WITH ALLERGIC RHINOCONJUNCTIVITIS: RESULTS OF A 2 YEAR-LONG OBSERVATION
Effectiveness of subcutaneous allergen-specific immunotherapy with tree pollen allergen extract adsorbed on calcium phosphate in children with allergic rhinoconjunctivitis: results of a 2-year-long observation The study was aimed at evaluating effectiveness and safety of subcutaneous allergen-specific immunotherapy (scASIT) with tree pollen allergen extract adsorbed on calcium phosphate at allergic rhinoconjunctivitis in children. Patients and methods: open-label prospective study of 50doi:10.15690/pf.v11i3.1005 fatcat:wqfwafeirjde5boctfnk6vctbq