The Atopy Syndrome in the Third Millennium
This book contains the proceedings of the International Symposium 'The Atopy Syndrome in the Third Millennium' held in Zurich in October 1998. It focuses on IgE-mediated allergy, beginning from the first manifestation of atopy, atopic eczema in infancy, and leading to its manifestations in children, adolescents and adults, to hay fever, asthma and food allergy. The topics covered give an update and comprehensive review of the different atopic manifestations concerning clinic, diagnosis, pathomechanisms, treatment and prevention.
Summarizing the current knowledge on the field of atopy this publication is essential reading for dermatologists, allergologists, otorhinolaryngologists, and pediatricians.
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Recent Advances and Future
What Do We Know about the Etiopathology of the Intrinsic Type
Roleof TCells and Cytokinesin theIntrinsic Form ofAtopic Dermatitis
Advances in the Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis with Special Regard
Role of Food Allergy and Food Intolerance in Recurrent Urticaria
A Diagnostic Challenge
A Danger or a Beneﬁt for Atopics?
New Insights in the Pathogenesis of Allergic Rhinitis
Advances in the Pharmacological Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis
A Prevention for Asthma?
Atopic and NonAtopic Asthma
Advances in Pharmacotherapy of Asthma
The Environment and the Skin
Primary and Secondary Prevention of Atopic Diseases in Children
Perspectives of Atopic Eczema in the Third Millennium
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