Hypersensitivity reactions to nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs

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The term allergy was originally defined by Clemens Von Pirquet as “an altered capacity of the body to react to a foreign substance,” which was an extremely broad definition that included all immunological reactions. Allergy is now defined in a much more restricted manner as “disease following a response by the immune system to an otherwise innocuous antigen .” Allergy is one of a class of immune system responses that are termed hypersensitivity reactions . These are harmful immune responses that produce tissue injury and may cause serious disease. Hypersensitivity reactions were classified into four types by Coombs and Gell ( Fig. ). Allergy is often equated with type I hypersensitivity (immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions mediated by IgE ), and will be used in this sense here.

Hypersensitivity reactions to nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs

hypersensitivity reactions to nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs

The term allergy was originally defined by Clemens Von Pirquet as “an altered capacity of the body to react to a foreign substance,” which was an extremely broad definition that included all immunological reactions. Allergy is now defined in a much more restricted manner as “disease following a response by the immune system to an otherwise innocuous antigen .” Allergy is one of a class of immune system responses that are termed hypersensitivity reactions . These are harmful immune responses that produce tissue injury and may cause serious disease. Hypersensitivity reactions were classified into four types by Coombs and Gell ( Fig. ). Allergy is often equated with type I hypersensitivity (immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions mediated by IgE ), and will be used in this sense here.

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