Eosinophilia

The increase in the number of eosinophils in the blood suggests the presence of allergies. Eosinophilia detected in 25 - 50% sensitised to milk individuals [41-43]. The number of eosinophils in the peripheral blood of healthy people varies widely - from 0 to 6·102 in 1 ml, in children, as a rule, numbers higher than in adults [44]. The number of eosinophils, making 4·102/l and more, we see how the increase of their content. Eosinophilia itself allows only assume the presence of allergies, as it can help and many other diseases [44, 45].
Patients who are allergic to milk the exception of this product from the diet leads to a decrease in the number of eosinophils to normal values, and the intake of milk to increase in their number 146-50].
The number of eosinophils may be increased not only in blood, but in a place of occurrence of allergic reactions, for example, in the local secret of the respiratory tract, or gastrointestinal tract. In patients with gastrointestinal Allergy eosinophils often contained in mucus vomit or feces [51, 52]. The presence in Calais crystals Charcot - Leyden indicates an increase in eosinophils content, many of which were destroyed in the intestinal canal.

  • Serum immunoglobulins
  • Serum IgE
  • Radioallergosorbent test
  • Enzyme immunosorbent method
  • Fluorescent ELISA test
  • The reaction of precipitation
  • Coproantigen
  • The reaction of haemagglutination
  • The reaction of binding complement
  • Immune complexes
  • The release of leukocyte histamine
  • Cytotoxic food test
  • Lymphoblastic transformation
  • Products limfokinov
  • A biopsy of the intestinal