Allergic Diseases: Diagnosis and Management

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Leslie Carroll Grammer, Roy Patterson, Paul A. Greenberger
Lippincott-Raven, 1997 - Allergy - 634 pages
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Revised, updated, and expanded for its Sixth Edition, this highly acclaimed volume is a complete, current, and practical clinical reference on allergic disorders. It will remain the first-choice resource for residents and practitioners who need guidance to identify an allergy, confirm a diagnosis, or find effective therapies. Twelve new chapters in this edition cover latex allergy; radiologic evaluation of allergic diseases; physiologic assessment of pulmonary allergies; evaluation of eosinophilia; inhaler devices; glucocorticoids; beta agonists; other antiallergic drugs; novel therapies; immunodeficiency workup; allergic disorders and psychiatric dysfunction; and chronic sinusitis. Areas of expanded coverage include drug allergies and ICU management of asthma. A Brandon-Hill recommended title.

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This detailed clinical resource for specialists features short, concise chapters on the entire spectrum of allergic disorders. Although used primarily by doctors for identifying an allergy, confirming ... Read full review


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