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Advances in the field of immunology have contributed to a vast and complex literature that tends to overwhelm and elude an investigator working with a specific question and armed with an often mindless computer survey. The clinical investigator and the practicing clinician must provide a realistic focus and appropriate therapy for individual patients in the context of new research and thinking. There are good current texts on the application of immunologic methods to diverse biomedical subjects and also an outstanding overview of the physiology and pathophysiology of immunologic processes at the organ, tissue, and cellular level. However, there is an
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Immunological Diseases. Ann Intern Med. 1989;110:499–500. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-110-6-499_4
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