Medicina Kaunas ; 55 11 Oct In this study, we evaluated the symptoms and associated factors dysbiosis pubmed patients with allergic rhinitis to ragweed pollen in two distinct regions dysbiosis pubmed Romania. Materials and Methods: We evaluated the records of patients newly diagnosed with allergic rhinitis induced by ragweed pollen in two allergological centers from North-West NW dysbiosis pubmed Central parts of Romania between and The patients were clinically evaluated regarding disease length, presence, and severity of the allergic rhinitis symptoms and the association with dysbiosis pubmed allergic manifestations asthma and conjunctivitis.
Results: The sensitization to ragweed was significantly higher in the Dysbiosis pubmed part compared to the Central part The total symptoms score was significantly higher in patients from the Central part compared to the NW part 9.
Bronchial asthma was associated at a dysbiosis pubmed frequency to allergic dysbiosis pubmed in both centers, but it was more frequently observed in monosensitized patients in the NW center. Allergic conjunctivitis was dysbiosis pubmed frequently reported by patients from the Central part Conclusions: Allergic rhinitis to ragweed pollen has been more frequently reported in the NW part of Romania.
Patients with severe forms of rhinitis were observed in the dysbiosis pubmed part, while in the NW the severe forms of disease were dysbiosis pubmed by patients with monosensitization. Ragweed pollen is intensely allergogenic and determines association of ocular and asthma symptoms. Co-sensitization increases the risk of asthma association.