Gastrointestinal allergy has been established as a definite entity. Criteria have been suggested for establishing the diagnosis of gastrointestinal allergy in infants and children. Studies of patients in early infancy tend to indicate that a high percentage with evidence of gastrointestinal allergy develop other allergic manifestations later. In another group of allergic children, a substantial number revealed a history of gastrointestinal problems.
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