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Volume II of this series has thirteen chapters in English and three in German. The various subjects are covered by independent contributors on miscellaneous subjects in the field of allergy. The three chapters in German consist of the introduction by the editor, Dr. Paul Kallos of Sweden, the chapter on "Pharmacology of the Antihistamines" (R. Meier and K. Bucher of Switzerland) and that on "Clinical Application of Histamine Antagonists" (Paul Kallos and Liselotte Kallos-Deffner of Sweden). These three chapters cover their subjects adequately.
The essays in English are less uniform in quality. The progress in immunochemistry is especially well presented in forty pages by E. A. Kabat. The following clinical chapters are good or adequate: Aerosol Therapy, by H. A. Abramson; Allergy in Diseases of the Skin, by H. Haxthausen (Denmark); Allergy in the Middle Ear, by H. Koch (Sweden); Allergy to Human Dander in Infantile Eczema, by F. Simon,
Progress in Allergy, Volume II. JAMA. 1950;142(3):215–216. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910210071031
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