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The author in this volume has set himself the task of presenting a rather comprehensive, even though brief, view of the field of allergy in a manner designed to provide, "a handbook for the intelligent layman."
After a general consideration of the subject of allergy he discusses, in separate sections: allergens, diagnosis, therapy, prognosis, the manifestations of allergy and applied immunology.
Certain impressions are derived from the volume as a whole. First, one feels that a patient must be of a rather high order of intelligence to completely assimilate the material presented in spite of Dr. Vaughn's obvious intent to
Allergy and Applied Immunology.. Ann Intern Med. 1935;8:1703. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-12-1703_1
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