Allergic Diseases: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Phil L. Lieberman, John Albert Anderson
Humana Press, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 402 pages
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A concise, easy-to-read, comprehensive, and up-to-date guide designed to help primary care physicians, pediatricians, and internists with the day-to-day diagnosis and treatment of their allergic patients. Its distinguished contributors-all highly experienced clinicians-integrate our latest understanding of the basic mechanisms of allergic disease and develop state-of-the-art treatment protocols that allow busy physicians to sharpen their allergy management strategies significantly. "Summary Boxes" utilized throughout book summarize crucial points and processes for time-pressured physicians, allowing them to quickly grasp a therapeutic situation and determine the best and most up-to-date treatment options. Each chapter contains numerous figures and tables to enhance understanding, treatment algorithms, and a list of suggested readings carefully chosen to deepen knowledge and insight into key points.

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Contents

Approach to the Allergic Patient
15
Diagnostic Tests in Allergy
27
Environmental Allergens
37
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About the author (1997)

Lieberman is currently Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, Divisions of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine.

Anderson is a former Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Henry Ford Health System.

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