This year's literature is characterized by interesting advances in knowledge of the pathogenesis and pathology of allergy, new advances in knowledge of the etiology and pathogenesis of eczema and improvements in methods of treatment.
PATHOGENESIS OF ALLERGY
It is difficult in an article of this scope to take up the theoretical intricacies of the interesting advances which are being made in the study of the pathogenesis of allergy. For this the reader is referred to the presidential address presented before the Association for the Study of Allergy by F. M. Rackemann.1 His experiments, showing that frequently repeated intradermal injections of foreign protein into the skin of animals or human beings sensitize first in a way which gives a red, tuberculin type of cutaneous reaction and later in a way which gives rise to a typical urticarial reaction, were reported in the 1934 review in the ARCHIVES.2
DUKE WW. Progress in OtolaryngologySummaries of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of OtolaryngologyALLERGY AS RELATED TO OTOLARYNGOLOGY. Arch Otolaryngol. 1935;22(5):638–645. doi:10.1001/archotol.1935.00640030655012
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