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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Relation variables of immunoglobulin E level and skin prick test positivity (higher proportion of skin prick test-negative patients with elevated serum total immunoglobulin E <500 (19.04% vs. 18.18%) and similarly for serum level of 500–1000 were higher in skin prick test-negative patients than skin prick test-positive patients (28.57% vs. 27.27%) while serum immunoglobulin E more than 1000 IU/ml were higher in skin prick test-positive patients than skin prick test-negative patients (54.44% vs. 52.38%). Number on Y-axis represents proportion

Figure 1: Relation variables of immunoglobulin E level and skin prick test positivity (higher proportion of skin prick test-negative patients with elevated serum total immunoglobulin E <500 (19.04% vs. 18.18%) and similarly for serum level of 500–1000 were higher in skin prick test-negative patients than skin prick test-positive patients (28.57% vs. 27.27%) while serum immunoglobulin E more than 1000 IU/ml were higher in skin prick test-positive patients than skin prick test-negative patients (54.44% vs. 52.38%). Number on Y-axis represents proportion