TABLE 5-1 Textbooks of Clinical Immunology

Textbook

Publisher

Total Pages

Allergy Pages

Clinical Evaluation Pages

History Pages

Parker, C.W., Clinical Immunology (2 vols.), 1980

Saunders

1,438

248

0

0

Graziano, F.M., and Lemanske, R.F., Clinical Immunology, 1989

Williams & Wilkins

310

103

0

0

Freedman S.O., and Gold, P., Clinical Immunology (2nd ed.), 1976

Harper & Row

620

133

0

0

Lockey, R.F., and Bukantz, S.C., Principles of Immunology and Allergy , 1987

Saunders

335

214

26

Lockey, R.F., Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 1979

Medical Examination Publishing Co.

1,175

588

9

3

Altman, L.C., Clinical Allergy and Immunology, 1984

G.K. Hall

473

268

0

0

Samter, M., Immunologic Diseases (2 vols., 4th ed.), 1988

Little, Brown

2,044

267

0

0

Stites, D.P., and Terr, A.I., Basic and Clinical Immunology (7th ed.), 1991

Appleton & Lange

794

64

½

for which the patient is seeking treatment, preferably in the patient's own words.

  1. Present illness—A complete description of current symptoms, including severity and duration. Questions such as the following should be answered:

  • Do symptoms vary seasonally, monthly, weekly, or diurnally? Or are they randomly intermittent?

  • What is the relationship of symptoms to location, such as in the home, at work, and while traveling?



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