Expert Guide to Allergy and Immunology
Raymond G. Slavin, Robert E. Reisman
ACP Press, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 236 pages
Allergic diseases are the most common group of chronic medical disorders occurring in this country. Expert Guide to Allergy and Immunology addresses the most commonly encountered allergic problems in a clear, concise, and practical format designed for the primary care provider. The Guide features illustrative case histories and stresses efficient, cost-effective approaches to diagnosis and management of allergic conditions.
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