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Food Allergy in Children, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics | Zookal Textbooks | Zookal Textbooks
  • Author(s) Hemant Sharma; Robert Wood; Max J. Coppes
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  • Published05122011
  • PublisherElsevier Health Sciences (US)
  • ISBN9781455709441
Dr. Coppes and his co-Editors have created a comprehensive table of contents that addresses the full spectrum of food allergies in children. Articles are presented to be most useful to pediatricians, as the issue begins with the clinical presentation and epidemiology of food allergy, and then progresses to the diagnostic testing and pahthophysiology.  Articles are also included that are devoted to specific types of food allergy, dairy, soy, egg, peanut, and tree nut. Finally, articles are also devoted to living with food allergies, management of allergies in schools and camps, and therapies for food allergies.

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  • Author(s) Hemant Sharma; Robert Wood; Max J. Coppes
  • Edition
  • Published05122011
  • PublisherElsevier Health Sciences (US)
  • ISBN9781455709441
Dr. Coppes and his co-Editors have created a comprehensive table of contents that addresses the full spectrum of food allergies in children. Articles are presented to be most useful to pediatricians, as the issue begins with the clinical presentation and epidemiology of food allergy, and then progresses to the diagnostic testing and pahthophysiology.  Articles are also included that are devoted to specific types of food allergy, dairy, soy, egg, peanut, and tree nut. Finally, articles are also devoted to living with food allergies, management of allergies in schools and camps, and therapies for food allergies.
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