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Allergic Rhinitis & Immunotherapy: Hope or Hype

By Randy D. Danielsen and Linda S. MacConnell

Abstract

Allergic rhinitis (AR), one of the most familiar complaints seen in primary care, is a common immunologic condition that occurs in genetically predisposed patients. AR is routinely treated through allergen avoidance and pharmacologic therapy. When these measures fail, however, immunologic treatment may be indicated. This review of AR and its treatment focuses on injection and oral immunotherapy

Topics: Medicine and Health Sciences
Publisher: NSUWorks
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:nsuworks.nova.edu:hpd_hs_facarticles-1252
Provided by: NSU Works
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