It is difficult to present this review of the "Recent Advances in the Realm of Allergy as Related to Otolaryngology" satisfactorily without referring to the work of previous years. Furthermore, it does not seem practical in the time and space at my disposal to quote these researches in detail nor to review those which have been published during the year 1925. For this reason, I shall present the subject as we understand it now, partly as a review and partly as an original paper, and refrain at this time from reviewing the older literature in detail and from reviewing the literature which has appeared during the year 1925. The latter will be published next year.
Allergy is a new subject in the clinical world—in fact, a new subject which has developed with remarkable rapidity during the last few years and which has suddenly become useful practically in the cure
DUKE WW. PROGRESS IN OTOLARYNGOLOGYA Summary of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of OtolaryngologyTHE PRESENT STATUS OF OUR KNOWLEDGE OF ALLERGY IN ITS RELATIONSHIP TO OTOLARYNGOLOGY. Arch Otolaryngol. 1925;2(5):460–498. doi:10.1001/archotol.1925.00570010484005