Allergy in Primary Care
Leonard C. Altman, Jonathan W. Becker, Paul V. Williams
Saunders, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 343 pages
This brand-new book about allergy care geared for primary care practitioners, offers a comprehensive review of allergic diseases. The book is evidence-based and it includes coverage of pathophysiology and treatment. It is ideal for the primary practitioner who treats minor to moderate allergic disorders.
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