Allergic Rhinitis (AR) is one of the common chronic diseases in children and with an increase in the incidence. Skin prick test is a common diagnostic tool to determine specific allergen in vivo, which requires few supplies and has become relatively standardized in its application. Most of the allergic rhinitis children all with positive SPT results in this study were reactive to at least two aeroallergens. Dust mites, Tropical mites and Cat hair were the most common allergens. Blattella germanica was a certain allergen for all seasons.
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