Approach to medical allergy in terms of pathogenesis of different pathological conditions

I.R. Mavlyanov, A.Kh. Ashirmetov, Z.I. Mavlyanov
Keywords: medicinal allergy, immune system, genetic polymorphism.
Medicinskij al'manah, 2017, issue 3, pages 210-213.

In modern medicine huge interest causes the analysis of the nature of allergic diseases from positions of

a complete organism. Expression of «a civilization illness» which designates proliferation of such diseases

as cardiovascular pathologies, a cancer, various allergies, etc. was created. All these facts testify that

systems of protection of a human body against pathogens develop, answering change of living conditions

with formation of new elements of compensatory protection. These facts are confirmed by broad development

of allergic reactions which increased in mass scales. For example, in developing of a medicinal

allergy unreasonable application at the same time of several preparations (polipragmaziya) in treatment of

not serious illness and uncontrolled drug intake (self-treatment) is of great importance. Significant growth

in allergic diseases worldwide, their serious consequences determine need of knowledge by the doctor of

any specialty of the main theoretical and practical aspects of an allergy, ability to give emergency aid at

allergic states. Are given total approach to an assessment of pathogenesis of an allergic disease which

gives the chance to understand a number of situations which can be observed in the field of practical

allergology in the present article. Any allergic state needs to be considered through a prism of reaction of

all organism which level is reflection of its reactivity.

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I.R. Mavlyanov, A.Kh. Ashirmetov, Z.I. Mavlyanov Approach to medical allergy in terms of pathogenesis of different pathological conditions. Medicinskij al'manah 2017; (3): 210–213,