Bone marrow transplantation has helped the boy to get rid of allergies

Organ transplantation is extremely perceptive direction in modern medicine. Transplantation of organs, helps in getting rid of many incurable and chronic diseases. One of the common high-tech operations - bone marrow transplantation. This manipulation is applied with leukemia or cancer of the blood.

Such diagnosis have put the boy and assigned the appropriate operation. Bone marrow transplant was successful, but scientists have noticed one surprising fact. In young patients with leukemia after the operation has gone severely allergic to peanuts. Live Science reports that similar cases have already been. It's in the immune cells that are produced in different organs. That is why a transplant is able to give a positive side result.

It should be noted that such cases though and fixed, but rather rare. The last time the doctors described the deliverance from allergies when transplanted in 2005, when allergies got rid of a boy diagnosed with leukemia. Bone marrow transplantation has changed the functioning of the immune system, which helped to overcome the unbalanced reaction to peanuts. In 1999, the same way the patient got rid of severe allergies to latex.

Allergies associated with pathologically powerful body's response to certain antigens. They can serve a variety of foods, textiles, chemicals. As a result, the body experiences a state similar to that of acute inflammation. Edema, increased branch of the mucous membranes, can be a state of suffocation and transition in bronchial asthma. Blame the features of immune cells in the bone marrow. Transplantation of this anatomical structure helps to get rid of the primary disease and normalize the functioning of the immune system. As a result, scientists fix in some cases getting rid of allergies.

It is worth noting that sometimes the allergies cause serious deviations in health status. It can begin its appearance with a light rash and end with the collapse or suffocation. Doctors advise more attentive to their health and to address to the allergist at the first symptoms of the disease.

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