To offer the most recent knowledge about oral mite anaphylaxis. Oral mite anaphylaxis is a novel disease defined by severe symptoms induced by the consumption of mites and their allergens. The most common clinical symptoms are breathlessness, facial and/or laryngeal angioedema, wheezing, rhinorrhea, cough, dysphagia, and wheals.
Pancake syndrome may affect people of any age and from any geographical area. The most prevalent inducers of the clinical picture are foods produced with wheat and maize flour, particularly pancakes. Domestic and storage mites have both been implicated. Increased medical knowledge is necessary for early diagnosis and treatment, as well as the avoidance of future episodes in those who are susceptible.