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Modes of allergy and total IgE concentrations among various ages of Basrah populations


Ihsan Edan Alsaimary

This study determines the modes of allergy according to concentrations of total IgE of a total of one hundreds healthy persons from basrah population, 48 (48%) males and 52(52%) females were introduce in this study from September 2005 to December 2010.The age studied Basrah population were from 1 to 50 years with a statistical mean of age of (11.42) years, the age groups (infantile and childhood ) recorded a percentages of ( 34.7% and 27.5% respectively) than adult hood patients (groups 3,4,5) that recorded (17.8, 11.4 and 8.7% respectively). Males were highly presence in groups (1, 4, 5) (55.36, 43.2 and 32.84% respectively), while females predominated males in groups (2 and 3), (61.65% and 60.35% respectively). The study showed that personal history for atopy and others were significantly associated with various disorders in 67 (67%). On the other hand, no associated disorder was reported in 33(3%). (P<0.001).While occurrence rates among family history of allergy were found very highly significant (P<0.001).The total concentration of IgE was elevated above the normal value in about 86.5% of various age groups of Basrah population (P<0.001).The modes of allergy in various age groups were studied and it has been found that the mode of allergy, very probable (IgE>100 IU), is predominant in (88.8%) of various age groups of Basrah population (P<0.001).

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