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The author's intent was to "assist the physician in the management of their allergy patients." To achieve this goal he relied mainly on the experience gleaned in "almost a half century" of practice. His book therefore, for the most part, represents a very personal and anecdotal interpretation of the art and science of treating allergy.
Its format is similar to other texts on the subject. The first few chapters are on basic principles. Subsequent chapters deal with the clinical manifestations of allergic disease and are so subdivided. Topics such as food allergy, allergic rhinitis, gastrointestinal allergy, and ocular allergy are
Allergy Management in Clinical Practice.. Ann Intern Med. 1974;81:136. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-1-136_1
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