Tests Used in Allergology
Abdominal x-rays after lactose-barium meal
Allergy Skin Test
Breath Hydrogen Level (BHL) Test
Breath Methane Test
Fecal pH and reducing substances
Intestinal biopsy for lactase activity
Intestinal perfusion studies
Lactose tolerance test
Pulmonary Function Test (PFT)
Radioallergosorbent Test (RAST)
Skin Endpoint Titration (SET)
Stool Acidity Test
An inactive compound having no physiological effect; an inert substance identical in appearance to the treatment
drug used in . A form of safe but non-active treatment
frequently used as a basis for comparison
with pharmaceuticals in research studies.
An apparently beneficial result of therapy that occur because of the patient's expectation that the
therapy will help.
The most specific and sensitive test to diagnostic a disease. Used to compare other tests.