Developmental delay

In children with Allergy to cow's milk there is often a delay of growth, especially in those cases when the shock body is the gastro-intestinal tract; symptoms include poor appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, malabsorption, exudative enteropathy or bleeding.
When examining groups of children under the age of 2 years with gastrointestinal Allergy about half of them noted abnormalities of body weight and growth of more than 30% [16]. Inadequate weight gain is also characteristic of patients with chronic lung diseases, blood serum which detect dairy precipitin [Heiner et al. 83].

  • The sudden death syndrome in children younger years
  • Infantile cortical giperostos
  • Disorders of the eye Allergy
  • Leucorea (Beli)