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Allergic and autoimmune diseases are types of hypersensitivity disorders. Hypersensitivity disorders are characterized by inappropriate or exaggerated immune responses or inflammatory reactions produced by the immune system.
The symptoms of allergic and autoimmune diseases are numerous. Among these conditions are a number of symptoms that, at first presentation, may not necessarily be attributed to one allergic or autoimmune disease.2
Conventionally, diagnosing allergic or autoimmune diseases relies on a case history and physical examination. Diagnostic test results can be used to support your diagnosis providing patients with a timely, accurate diagnosis and targeted symptom management.