Journal of Allergy / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Review Article

Oral Allergy Syndrome: An Update for Stomatologists

Table 2

List of reported cases on various food items causing OAS symptoms.

S. number Food Manifestation Reference

1Jackfruit Itching and burning in the mouth and throat[4]
2SalamiMild pruritus in oral mucosa[12]
3Pork Itching and angioedema of the lips and oral mucosa[13]
4Honey Itching in the mouth, gastrointestinal symptoms, and angioedema[14]
5Tomato juiceDyspnea, swelling of the oral and nasal mucosa, and congestion of the bulbar conjunctiva[32]
6Raw fishOropharyngeal irritation and facial angioedema[33]
7PeanutLip tingling, oral itching, lip swelling, and throat itching [34]
8Cashew nutSialorrhea, perioral urticarial rash, tongue swelling, and immediate vomiting[35]
9Grapes Flushing of the face and neck, followed by local itchy skin rash, itching and edema of the oral and perioral mucosa, and moderate dyspnea[36]
10Sapodilla plumLip edema, accompanied by itching in the lips, tongue, and throat, as well as a feeling of dryness and hardness in the throat (glottic edema)[37]
11Cooked aubergine Oral itching and significant perioral urticaria[38]
12Pistachio nutsOral and lip itching and swelling[39]
13Royal jellyLip, tongue edema, and palate itching[40]
14Mango Oropharyngeal itching, tiredness, dizziness, and swelling of the face[41]

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