Allergic and atopic conditions, including food allergy, asthma, eczema and eosinophilic disease of the gastrointestinal tract after liver transplant in previously non-allergic children have been increasingly described. After a liver transplant, children can present mild to severe reactions to food allergens (ie, from urticaria-angioedema to life-threatening anaphylactic reactions). De novo post-transplant food allergy may become clinically evident in children who undergo liver transplant between a few months and a few years of transplant. The present narrative review aims to describe the spectrum of de novo post-transplant food allergy development, the current theories of pathogenesis, risk factors and to suggest possible clinical management strategies.

De Novo Food Allergy in Pediatric Recipients of Liver Transplant / Mori, Francesca; Giovannini, Mattia; Barni, Simona; Trapani, Sandra; Indolfi, Giuseppe. - In: JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITION. - ISSN 0277-2116. - ELETTRONICO. - 74:(2022), pp. 175-179. [10.1097/MPG.0000000000003344]

De Novo Food Allergy in Pediatric Recipients of Liver Transplant

Mori, Francesca
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Giovannini, Mattia;Barni, Simona;Trapani, Sandra;Indolfi, Giuseppe
2022

Abstract

Allergic and atopic conditions, including food allergy, asthma, eczema and eosinophilic disease of the gastrointestinal tract after liver transplant in previously non-allergic children have been increasingly described. After a liver transplant, children can present mild to severe reactions to food allergens (ie, from urticaria-angioedema to life-threatening anaphylactic reactions). De novo post-transplant food allergy may become clinically evident in children who undergo liver transplant between a few months and a few years of transplant. The present narrative review aims to describe the spectrum of de novo post-transplant food allergy development, the current theories of pathogenesis, risk factors and to suggest possible clinical management strategies.
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