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What are the main allergic diseases and symptoms?Asthma (allergic bronchitis), wheezing children, allergic flu, eczema, food allergy, urticaria (hives), drug allergy and bee allergy. If you often suffer from coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing, you may have asthma; successive sneezing, catarrh, nasal itching and nasal obstruction, such as symptoms may be allergic, redness in the face, starting in infancy, itching may occur under the neck and joints where the age may be eczema. If you have these symptoms in your child, you should definitely contact your child allergy specialist.Child allergy specialist takes care of allergic diseases as a whole Children's allergy specialists such as skin allergies such as asthma, allergic flu, wheezing, eczema, urticaria, eye allergies, food allergies, drug allergies, insect allergies, occupational allergies, allergic shock and heriditary angioedema, which occur in infants, children and adolescents from birth to 18 years of age are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of allergic problems. Allergic diseases usually tend to coexist. Allergic rhinitis usually occurs with asthma. Food allergy is common in children with eczema. Asthma and allergic flu are likely to develop. Child allergy specialists are specialists who deal with allergic diseases as a whole. What are the practices in the Department of Child Allergy and Asthma?Skin allergy test is performed by patch test, pulmonary function tests, pediatric allergy specialist. Blood allergy test, sweat test, asthma monitoring (nitric oxide level in breath) test can be performed. In addition, all radiological and nuclear medicine studies are applied when necessary.