We conducted a study to compare the validity of SPT and IDT--specifically, the skin endpoint titration (SET) type of IDT--in diagnosing allergie rhinitis.
What does SET stand for?
SET stands for Skin Endpoint Titration
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- Simple End-point Terminal (H.323)
- Simultaneous Engineering Technology
- Single Embryo Transfer (fertility treatment)
- Single Ended Triode (topology in tube amplifiers)
- Single Event Transient (electronics in space)
- Single-Electron Transfer
- Single-Electron Transistor
- Single-Electron Tunneling
- Situational Emergency Training
- Skills Evaluator Trainer
- Social Enrichment Training
- Social Events Team (various organizations)
- Social Exchange Theory
- Société d'Equipement de la Touraine (French: Touraine Development Company)
- Société, Environnement, Territoire (French: Company, Environment, Land; laboratory)
- Society of Engineering Technologists
- Software Engineering Technician
- Software Engineering Technology
- Solar Energy Thermionic (JPL program)
- Sony Entertainment Television
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[FIGURE OMITTED] The patient opted to undergo allergy testing by skin endpoint titration (SET), also known as intradermal dilutional testing.
Serial dilution quantitative intradermal testing, also referred to as skin endpoint titration (SET), is a modified intradermal test that uses specific antigen dilutions to establish the minimum amount of antigen required to produce a positive skin test, also referred to as the endpoint.