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Many texts and monographs have been written on allergy. Most of these have devoted particular attention to this phenomenon as it applies to the various so-called allergic shock organs and to allergy as a specific etiologic concept. In this book, which is the most extensive and comprehensive presentation of this subject published in the English language, the immunologist, pathologist, internist, pediatrist, dermatologist, rhinologist, ophthalmologist and others will find allergy and atopy as it applies to his particular specialty adequately considered from an etiologic, pathologic, therapeutic and prophylactic viewpoint.
The Continental training of the author is evident throughout the entire text in his handling of detail and his practical application of the problem of sensitivity to the individual patient. He has attempted to present an impartial interpretation of the conflicting views on the various controversial questions but has not neglected to express his own personal opinions and
Allergy. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1944;50(4):288. doi:10.1001/archderm.1944.01510160060024
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