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Asthma and Hay Fever in Theory and Practice. Part I: Hypersensitiveness, Anaphylaxis, Allergy.

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By COCA ARTHUR F.. , M.D., Professor of Immunology, Cornell University Medical College; Clinical Professor in Medicine-elect, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Editor of The Journal of Immunology. Part II: Asthma.. By WALZER MATTHEW. , M.D., Instructor in Applied Immunology, Cornell University Medical College; Deputy Attending Physician, Clinic of Applied Immunology, New York Hospital; Chief of Allergy Clinic, Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn. Part III: Hay Fever.. By THOMMEN AUGUST A.. , M.D., Lecturer in Medicine, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Director of the Allergy Clinic, Medical College Dispensary, New York University. xxiv. + 851851 pages, 95 figures, numerous tables and charts. Charles C. Thomas; , Springfield, Illinois: , 1931.. Price, $8.50.


Ann Intern Med. 1932;5(9):1200-1201. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-5-9-1200_2
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The writer reviews this book with enthusiasm. It gives a very thorough, studious and scholarly review of the entire field which its title and sub-titles indicate. So complete and comprehensive is it, that a review dealing with single phases of the subject seems inappropriate. Whether etiology, pathology, diagnosis and testing, microbotany or treatment, happens to be the reader's quest, he will find here a critical monographic presentation of the desired subject matter. Certain minor points will be questioned by other workers in this field. In fact, the three authors acknowledge the inevitable lack of complete accord which exists among themselves.

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