Milk Protein Allergy In Infants

Milk protein allergy in infants is a recognized problem in the first year of life; The allergy to cow’s milk protein is the most common allergy. The diagnosis is only suspected in history, and laboratory studies play a secondary role. Confirmation requires the removal and reintroduction of the suspected allergen. The management includes a modification of the diet for nursing mothers and hydrolyzed formulas for babies with infant formula. The evaluation of the underlying immunopathology can influence the prognosis.

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