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This is another of the general practice manuals and will join the others in the series happily. While it has been edited by Dr. Sulzberger and Dr. Baer, it has the collaborative aid of four other authors who are well known in the field of allergy, and all, if not directly associated with medical teaching, are experienced writers or investigators. The contents of the volume are wisely arranged; there is ample space given to technic of an examination and to discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of the common allergies which physicians in general practice encounter most frequently. There is an interesting chapter which describes the immunologic procedures useful in office practice for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the most important infectious diseases. Miscellaneous allergies about which less is known receive only briefest comment; gastrointestinal allergy, for example, receives but two and a half pages of space.
Office Immunology. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1949;83(2):247–248. doi:10.1001/archinte.1949.00220310130010
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