PEDIATRICS ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
Sometimes when the child’s immune system is not working properly, he may suffer from frequent, severe, and/or uncommon infections. Examples of such infections are sinusitis (inflammation of one or more of the sinuses), pneumonia (infection of the lung), thrush (a fungus infection in the mouth), and abscesses (collections of pus surrounded by inflamed tissue) that keep coming back. Pediatric allergists/immunologists treat children from birth through the teenage years. Their choice to specialize in pediatric allergy and immunology equips them to provide the most experience in dealing with the unique medical needs of children who have allergies and immune system problems. Pediatric allergists have an extensive aspect of how allergies change the lives difficulties and conflicts with of children indirectly and directly. In accession to their physical syndrome, youngsters with allergies might have psychological issue, academic troubles, sleeping peers.