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Epidemiology and current status of allergic rhinitis, asthma, and associated allergic diseases in Korea: ARIA Asia-Pacific workshop report.

Authors
Park, HS; Choi, GS; Cho, JS; Kim, YY
Citation
Asian Pacific journal of allergy and immunology, 27(2-3):167-171, 2009
Journal Title
Asian Pacific journal of allergy and immunology
ISSN
0125-877X
Abstract
The prevalence of allergic rhinitis and asthma has recently increased in Korea, and both conditions are recognized as major chronic respiratory diseases requiring active intervention. The prevalence of rhinitis among asthmatic patients is high, ranging from 60 to 80%, and could seriously affect asthma severity and outcome. We suggest that allergic rhinitis should be properly evaluated in asthmatic patients to achieve better asthma control.
MeSH terms
Age Factors*Antigens, Dermatophagoides/immunologyAntigens, Dermatophagoides/therapeutic useAsthma/diagnosisAsthma/economicsAsthma/epidemiology*Asthma/physiopathologyAsthma/therapyComorbidityCost of Illness*Desensitization, Immunologic*Diagnostic Tests, RoutineHistamine Antagonists/therapeutic useHumansHypersensitivity/diagnosisHypersensitivity/economicsHypersensitivity/epidemiologyHypersensitivity/physiopathologyHypersensitivity/therapyKoreaPractice Guidelines as TopicPrevalenceRhinitis/diagnosisRhinitis/economicsRhinitis/epidemiology*Rhinitis/physiopathologyRhinitis/therapySteroids/therapeutic use
PMID
19839504
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