edited by Claude Albee Frazier, MD, 442 pp, $15, Medical Examination Publishing Co., Inc., 1975.
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Like the two previous volumes in this series, Annual Review of Allergy 1974 contains a huge amount of information on both laboratory and clinical immunology. The 31 chapters cover the gamut from organ allergies to drug interactions and atopy in dogs. The second chapter, entitled "Immunodermatology," covers 46 pages, which is more than 10% of the volume. To this should be added the many pages more or less directly related to the skin, eg, chapter 1, on clinical immunology; chapter 3, on occupational allergy (dermatological aspects and guidelines for certifying or recommending official disability); chapter 5, on bacterial vaccines; chapter 7, on diseases of autoimmunity; chapter 8, on pediatric allergy; chapter 14, on food allergy; chapter 21, on disorders of human leukocyte chemotaxis; chapter 22, on vasculitis; chapter 24, on drug allergy; chapter 26, on drug interactions; chapter 27, on allergy to arthropods; chapter 30, on psychological considerations and their
Sulzberger MB. Annual Review of Allergy 1974. Arch Dermatol. 1976;112(4):573. doi:10.1001/archderm.1976.01630280083051