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Figure 3

From: Positive serum specific IgE has a short half-life in patients with penicillin allergy and reversal does not always indicate tolerance

Figure 3

Relative changes in serum concentrations of specific IgE to penicillin presented as the change in amount of specific IgE to penicillin from base line. The level of the patients’ first positive s-IgE measurement is set to 100 % on a log-scale. Time of sampling is presented in months from the patients’ first positive s-IgE value. All penicillin – specific IgE includes benzylpenicillin, phenoxymethyl penicillin, ampicillin and amoxicillin.

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