NATHAN S. SCHIFF, M.D.
A review of the great volume of work that has been done since Wolf Eisner suggested that the symptoms of Hay Fever resembled the phenomena of experimental anaphylaxis, discloses the fact that we today are confronted with some of the same problems that baffled the pioneers in this study, to-wit:
1. Is Hay Fever a manifestation of anaphylaxis?
A number of workers including Dunbar,1 Koessler,2 Hall,3 Alexander,4 Parker5 and Huber6 support this view; while in direct opposition are listed the findings of Coca,7 Cooke,8 Grove and Coca,9 Black10 and Black and Moore.11
2. In group reactions of pollens does desensitization
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SCHIFF NS. The Long Interval Versus The Short Interval Treatment Of Hay Fever. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:690–699. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-7-690
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