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Allerg Immunol (Paris). 1994 Dec;26(10):386-7.

[A case of coconut oil allergy in an infant: responsibility of "maternalized" infant formulas].

[Article in French]

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Cabinet d'allergologie, Valence.

Abstract

The case is presented here of a baby of 8 months fed from her birth with maternal milks. The first milk induced a severe gastro-intestinal disorder which disappeared when a second milk was used. A third milk caused a relapse. The only common allergen was coconut, which was physico-chemically modified in the second milk. Demonstration of the responsibility of coconut oil was based on positive re-introduction tests, positive skin tests for coconut and maternal milk that were negative for cow's milk and peanut and by specific IgE tests which were positive in comparison with negative controls.

PMID:
7702732
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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