OAS

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OASOrganization of American States
OASOffice of Applied Studies (SAMHSA)
OASOracle Application Server
OASOnline Assessment System (software)
OASOffice of Academic Services (various schools)
OASOnline Application System (various organizations)
OASOption Adjusted Spread
OASon Access Scanner
OASOffice Automation Systems
OASOpen Application Server
OASOracle Advanced Security
OASObject Addressable Storage
OASOregon Adaptive Sports (Bend, OR)
OASOffice of the Assistant Secretary
OASOn-Access Scan (McAfee, Inc.)
OASOracle Advanced Security (software)
OASOral Allergy Syndrome
OASOdisha Administrative Service (India)
OASOrganisation Armée Secrète
OASOpen Adstream
OAS2'-5' oligoadenylate synthetase
OASOld Age Security Act (Canada)
OASOffice Automation Software
OASOptical Absorption Spectrum
OASOffice of Addiction Services (Philadelphia, PA)
OASOffice Automation System
OASOffice of Administrative Services
OASOffice of Aircraft Services
OASOxford Advanced Surfaces (UK)
OASOrganization of Agreement States
OASOntologies in Agent Systems (workshop)
OASOneida Air Systems, Inc. (Syracuse, NY)
OASOrganization for Asian Studies (Waseda University; NY)
OASOffensive Air Support
OASOhio Auditor of State
OASOpen Airways for Schools
OASOpen-Architecture-System (computing)
OASOman Aviation Services
OASOffensive Avionics System
OASOnline Auction Site
OASOn Another Subject
OASOrganic Aid Scheme (UK)
OASOrganizational Assessment Survey
OASOphthalmic Anesthesia Society
OASOrganization of African States
OASOfficial Athletic Site (various locations)
OASOutdoor Advertising Sign (various locations)
OASOutlook Attachment Sniffer (software)
OASOffice of Aerospace Studies
OASObstacle Avoidance Sonar
OASOnline Account Services
OASOperational Advisory Services (various organizations)
OASObstacle Avoidance System
OASOpen Atmospheric Society
OASOpen Access Scheduling (health clinics)
OASOccupied Areas Section (US DoD)
OASOptical Access Switch (Quantum)
OASOutdoor Adventure Series
OASOceanic Automation System
OASOffice of Administrative Support (US FEMA)
OASOptical Answer Sheet
OASOrbital Analysis Subsystem
OASOptical Automation Systems (Continuum Photonics)
OASOnizuka Air Station (USAF)
OASOptical Amplifier Section
OASOperations Automation System
OASOwner Activity Statement
OASOutsourcing Advisory Service
OASOriginating AT&T Switch
OASOrbiter Attachment System
OASOperator Administration System (Bellcore)
OASOperation After Suspension
OASOptically Activated Semiconductor
OASOmnidirectional Airspeed Sensor
OASOrganization as System (planning model)
OASOracle Advanced Scheduler
References in periodicals archive ?
And many allergens that cause oral allergy syndrome are inactivated by heat.
People with eczema are more prone to oral allergy syndrome and should speak to their doctor if they have a pollen allergy or experience mild allergic reactions to the above foods.
Clare Krug of Worcester, 11, has pollen-food syndrome, also called oral allergy syndrome. It causes people allergic to some pollens, particularly birch, grass and weed, to develop a food allergy that causes itching and localized swelling when they eat certain raw fruits and vegetables.
Based on component-resolved diagnostic results, an allergy specialist can determine whether an oral food challenge is appropriate, or whether symptoms will likely be mild or localized, as in oral allergy syndrome.
Her clinical research interests, funded in part by the National Institute of Health and the Food Allergy Initiative, include research on the following: egg and milk allergy, food-induced anaphylaxis treatment and risk factors, diagnostic issues in food allergy, food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome and pollen-food allergy syndrome (oral allergy syndrome).
The reaction - called oral allergy syndrome or pollen-food allergy - is usually mild, including an itchy, tingling mouth, throat or lips.
These localised symptoms, caused by fruit, vegetables and spices, have been termed oral allergy syndrome (OAS).
The named disorders include immediate gastrointestinal hypersensitivity (anaphylaxis), oral allergy syndrome, allergic eosinophilic esophagitis, gastritis, and gastroenterocolitis; dietary protein enterocolitis, proctitis, and enteropathy; and celiac disease.
This is called oral allergy syndrome and different types of fruit can cause it, including pineapple, mango and passion fruit, as well as apple.
Some people with the oral allergy syndrome get a localised red itchy mouth and throat