ClinicAL, precision allergy for

a more humane treatment


ClinicAL is a group of allergy 

specialists in expansion


ClinicAL is a group of allergy specialists in expansion

“Our vision of medical practice is based on personalized treatment.”

“Our vision of medical practice is based on personalized treatment.”

“For ClinicAL it is medicine that has to adapt to the needs of the patient.”

Our consultations are dynamic, making the patient part of the decision-making both in the diagnosis and in the choice of treatment.

“At ClinicAL we believe that without research there is not only no future but also no present.”

That’s why ClinicAL members coordinate, collaborate, and participate in various research projects. Continuous training is a constant activity within our group. But scientific advances should be made available to people. For this reason, in ClinicAl we work with closely and professionally, our aim is that the patient can understand allergic diseases with the best scientific basis available.


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Allergy to pine pollen and pine processionary caterpilar 1920 1280 Jaritzy Negrín González

Allergy to pine pollen and pine processionary caterpilar

Allergy to pine pollen is not common. It can become relevant in areas with high concentrations, for example in the Basque Country and Galicia. Symptoms can be nasal, ocular or bronchial. Generally, the patient is monosensitive, that is, he has no allergy to other pollens. What is the pine processionary caterpillar? The processionary caterpillar is…

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Nut allergy 1920 1275 Federico de la Roca Pinzón

Nut allergy

Nuts are, with fruits, the first cause of food allergy in adults and one of the first causes in children. What are Nuts? Nuts belong to different and unrelated botanical families. Most are fruits (almond, hazelnut, walnut, pistachio, chestnut and macadamia nut), some are seeds (sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and pine nut) and in recent…

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SHELLFISH ALLERGY 1920 1147 Jaritzy Negrín González


What is shellfish? They are aquatic invertebrate animals, edible. They include crustaceans with more than 50,000 species such as shrimp, lobster, lobster, prawn… and molluscs made up of more than 100,000 species of bivalves (clam, mussel, oyster), cephalopods (octopus, cuttlefish, squid) and gastropods (snail, limpets). Not necessarily if you have an allergy to one of…

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Autumn allergies: molds 1920 1280 Federico de la Roca Pinzón

Autumn allergies: molds

Molds are microorganisms invisible to the human eye, but their accumulation in the form of colonies makes them visible as moisture stains on walls or in the moldy appearance in colonized food. Molds alone does not induce allergy symptoms, they require spores to reach the mucous membranes of allergic patients. Spores are the reproductive particles…

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Allergic Conjunctivitis 1270 768 Jaritzy Negrín González

Allergic Conjunctivitis

What is allergic conjunctivitis? Allergic conjunctivitis It is the inflammation of the ocular conjunctiva caused by exposure to an allergen (pollen, dust mites, molds, animal epithelia, among others) causing an immune response mediated by specific antibodies called specific immunoglobulin E It is considered the most frequent of eye allergies. Depending on the causal allergen it can be perennial…

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Allergic reactions and COVID-19 vaccines 1270 768 Federico de la Roca Pinzón

Allergic reactions and COVID-19 vaccines

We are currently immersed in a COVID-19 vaccination campaign (SRAS -CoV-2) and there are many doubts about this regard. “From ClinicAL we want to convey that vaccination, with the different vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the Spanish Medicines and Health Products Agency (AEMPS), is safe.” Currently, 4 vaccines have been approved for…

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Pollen allergy 1270 768 Jaritzy Negrín González

Pollen allergy

Spring is coming and with it the symptoms in our pollen-allergic patients. Pollens are microscopic grains, invisible to the human eye that are scattered in the air. “In our area, the most frequent pollens are Cypress, Plane-tree, Parietaria, Grass, and Olive. Pollen levels increase depending on the time of year, for this reason not all…

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For ClinicAL, the chief complaint

is the common thread of the medical visit

From this, a medical history is generated with a preliminary diagnosis. In most cases, the preliminary diagnosis is sufficient to establish treatment and thus be able to solve the patient symptoms. Diagnostic tests are a complement of the medical consultation and can be done in case the patientneed it. In ClinicAL we want that our patients complete the medical visitwithout doubts regarding diagnostic, tests requested, indication of the medication or expected response after the end of treatment.