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ALLERGY: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE OF 1942

ALLERGY: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE OF 1942 Abstract The field of allergy is being cultivated; also, it is being extended. The common allergic manifestations are hay fever, asthma and eczema, but other symptom complexes also may depend on allergy, and the list becomes longer as knowledge increases. More and more of the phenomena of allergy are being correlated with the phenomena of acute and chronic infections. Bacterial allergy is often hard to demonstrate, but nevertheless it undoubtedly plays a role in many difficult situations hard to understand without such a theory. Asthma often appears to be produced by acute colds and without other cause. One is almost forced to think of "bacterial allergy," but cutaneous tests made with various preparations of bacteria in the sputum do not give a reaction of immediate type, as might be encountered if the cause were ragweed or egg albumin— except in rare instances. Asthma, according to Landau and Gay,1 has been References 1. Landau, W., and Gay, L. N.: Allergy in Germany , J. Allergy 13:494, 1942.Crossref 2. Harkavy, J.: Vascular Allergy: Manifestations of Polyvalent Sensitization , J. Mt. Sinai Hosp. 8:592, 1942. 3. Rackemann, F. M.: Allergy, with Special Reference to Drug Allergy , New England J. Med. 224:688, 1941.Crossref 4. Rackemann, F. M.: Allergy: Review of Literature of 1941 , Arch. Int. Med. 69:128 ( (Jan.) ) 1942.Crossref 5. Jacobs, J. L.; Kelley, J. J., and Sommers, S. C.: Heredity, Predisposition to Sensitization in Guinea Pigs , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 48:639, 1941. 6. Landsteiner, K., and Chase, M. W.: Breeding Experiments in Reference to Drug Allergy in Animals , in Proceedings of the International Congress for Microbiology , 1940, p. 772. 7. Farmer, L.: The Role of the Endocrines in Anaphylaxis and Allergy , Ann. Int. Med. 17:212, 1942. 8. Stokes, J. H., and Beerman, H.: Psychosomatic Correlations in Allergic Conditions: A Review of Problems and Literature , Psychosom. Med. 2:439, 1940. 9. Jensen, R. A., and Stoesser, A. V.: Emotional Factor in Bronchial Asthma in Children , Am. J. Dis. Child. 62:80 ( (July) ) 1941. 10. Abramson, H. A.: Editorial Comments: Physical or Psychic Allergy , J. A. M. A. 118:229 ( (Jan. 17) ) 1942. 11. Sulzberger, M. B., and Simon, F. A.: Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea Pigs , J. Allergy 6:39, 1934. 12. Frei, W.: Further Studies in Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea Pigs: Vitamin A (Carotene) in Relation to the Sensitization of Guinea Pigs to Old Arsphenamine , J. Invest. Dermat. 5:117, 1942. 13. Feller, A. E.; Roberts, L. B.; Ralli, E. P., and Francis, T.: Studies on the Influence of Vitamin A and Vitamin C on Certain Immunological Reactions in Man , J. Clin. Investigation 21:121, 1942. 14. Hochwald, A.: Antiallergic Properties of Vitamin C , Zentralbl. f. inn. Med. 56:769, 1935. 15. Walzer, M.: Absorption of Allergens , J. Allergy 13:555, 1942. 16. Hartley, G., Jr.: The Permeability of the Gastro-Intestinal Mucosa of Guinea Pigs to Crystalline Egg-Albumin: II. Relationship Between Circulating-Antibody Titer and Severity of the Anaphylactic Shock Following the Oral Administration of Antigen to Actively Immunized Scorbutic and Non-Scorbutic Guinea Pigs , J. Immunol. 43:301, 1942. 17. Hill, D. W., and Sulzberger, M. B.: Evolution of Atopic Dermatitis , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 32:451 ( (Sept.) ) 1935. 18. Zohn, B.: Skin Testing in the Newborn , Arch. Pediat , 58:339, 1941. 19. Criep, L. H.: Allergy in Identical Twins: Report of Seven Pairs of Twins , J. Allergy 13:591, 1942. 20. Donnally, H. H.: The Question of the Elimination of Foreign Protein (Egg White) in Woman's Milk , J. Immunol. 19:15, 1930. 21. Brunner, M., and Baron, B.: The Presence of Ingested Cottonseed Protein in Woman's Milk , J. Allergy 13:358, 1942. 22. Courtright, L. J.; Hurwitz, S. H., and Courtright, A. B.: Inhalant Sensitization and Shock in Guinea Pigs Under Controlled Atmospheric Conditions , J. Allergy 13:444, 1942.Crossref 23. Ratner, B.; Jackson, H. C., and Gruehl, H. L.: Nasal Sensitization, Nasal Anaphylactic Shock and Respiratory Symptoms Simulating Bronchial Asthma in the Guinea Pig , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 23:17, 1925. 24. Cannon, P. R.; Walsh, T. E., and Marshall, C. E.: Acute Local Anaphylactic Inflammation of the Lungs , Am. J. Path. 17:777, 1941. 25. Hooker, S. B.: Human Hypersensitiveness Induced by Very Small Amounts of Horse Serum , J. Immunol. 9:7, 1924. 26. Baron, B., and Brunner, M.: Active Sensitization in Human Beings with Trichina Antigen , J. Allergy 13:459, 1942. 27. Arbesman, C. E.; Witebsky, E., and Osgood, H.: Results of Intradermal Skin Tests with Trichina Antigen in Allergic and Normal Individuals , J. Allergy 13:583, 1942. 28. Spain, W. C.; Gillson, R. E., and Strauss, M. B.: Comparative Immunologic Studies with Salivary and Epithelial Extracts of the Dog, Cat and Rabbit , J. Allergy 13:563, 1942. 29. Cooke, R. A.: Protein Derivatives as Factors in Allergy , Ann. Int. Med. 16:71, 1942. 30. Dragstedt, C. A.: Anaphylaxis , Physiol. Rev. 21:563, 1941. 31. Ojers, G.; Holmes, C. A., and Dragstedt, C. A.: The Relation of the Liver Histamine to Anaphylactic Shock in Dogs , J. Pharmacol. & Exper. Therap. 73: 33, 1941. 32. Dragstedt, C. A., and Roche e Silva, M.: Effect of Trypsin upon Blood Histamine of Rabbits , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 47:420, 1941. 33. Wells, J. A.; Gray, J. S., and Dragstedt, C. A.: An Investigation of the Question of Histamine Tolerance , J. Allergy 13:77, 1941. 34. Sheldon, J. M.; Fall, N.; Johnston, J. H., and Howes, H. A.: A Clinical Study of Histamine-Azo-Protein in Allergic Disease: A Preliminary Report , J. Allergy 13:18, 1941. 35. Moll, H. H.: The Action of Parasympathetic-Mimetic Drugs in Asthma , Quart. J. Med. 9:229, 1940. 36. Logue, R. B., and Laws, C.: Mecholyl (Acetyl-β-Methyl-Choline) Desensitization , J. Allergy 13:414, 1942. 37. Hawes, R. C.; Alles, G. A., and Miller, H.: Question of Protection Against Histamine and Anaphylactic Shock in Guinea Pigs by Histaminase , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 27:337, 1942. 38. Neely, F. L.: Treatment with Histaminase , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 27:319, 1941. 39. Vaughan, W. T.: Problem of Allergy in Wartime , Mil. Surgeon 89:737, 1941. 40. Kojis, F. G.: Serum Sickness and Anaphylaxis: Analysis of 6,211 Patients Treated with Horse Serum for Various Infections , Am. J. Dis. Child. 64:93 ( (July) ) 1942. 41. Rackemann, F. M.: Medical Progress; Allergy: Serum Reactions, with Particular Reference to the Prevention and Treatment of Tetanus , New England J. Med. 226:726, 1942. 42. Toomey, J. A., and Garver, W. P.: Sensitivity to Horse Serum Due to Previous Injections of Antigen , Am. J. Dis. Child. 62:765 ( (Oct.) ) 1941. 43. Polayes, S. H., and Squillace, J. A.: Near Fatal Reaction to Transfusion with Dried Human Plasma Solution , J. A. M. A. 118:1050 ( (March 28) ) 1942.Crossref 44. Toxicity of Human Plasma, editorial , J. A. M. A. 120:206 ( (Sept. 19) ) 1942.Crossref 45. Glaser, J.: The Use of Bovine Antitoxin for the Prophylaxis of Tetanus , J. Pediat. 19:403, 1941.Crossref 46. Top, F. H., and Watson, E. H.: Reduction of Serum Reactions , Am. J. Dis. Child. 62:548 ( (Sept.) ) 1941.Crossref 47. Simon, F. A.: Human Allergy to Mammalian Sera , J. Exper. Med. 75: 315, 1942.Crossref 48. Peshkin, M. M.: Immunity to Tetanus Induced by Combined Alum-Precipitated Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids , Am. J. Dis. Child. 62:309 ( (Aug.) ) 1941.Crossref 49. Zuger, B.; Greenwald, C. K., and Gerber, H.: Tetanus Immunization: Effectiveness of the Stimulating Dose of Toxoid Under Conditions of Infection , J. Immunol. 44:309, 1942. 50. Ragweed Pollen Count, Medical News (Michigan) , J. A. M. A. 119:959 ( (July 18) ) 1942. 51. Vander Veer, A. H.; Barnard, I. M.; Cunningham, T. D.; Nelson, T.; Pratt, H. N., and Simon, F. A.: Report of the Committee on a Pollen Survey of the United States: The Society for the Study of Asthma and Allied Conditions , J. Allergy 13:516, 1942.Crossref 52. Stroh, J.: Flora and Pollen Surveys of Seattle and Vicinity , Northwest Med. 39:258, 1940. 53. Greco, J. B.; Lima, A. O., and Tupinamba, A.: The Pollen Content of the Air in Belo Horizonte, Brazil , J. Allergy 13:411, 1942.Crossref 54. Phillips, M. E.: Studies in Atmospheric Pollen , M. J. Australia 2:189, 1942. 55. Newell, J. M.: A Review of Chemical Studies on the Allergens in Pollens , J. Allergy 13:177, 1942.Crossref 56. Stull, A., and Sherman, W. B.: Further Studies on the Allergenic Activity of Protein and Nonprotein Nitrogen Fractions of Ragweed Pollen Extract , J. Allergy 10:130, 1939.Crossref 57. "Skin-test-active" means capable of eliciting a positive cutaneous reaction in a patient already sensitized. 58. Sherman, W. A., and Hebald, S.: A Method of Determining the Probability of Constitutional Reactions During Treatment of the Ragweed Hay Fever Patient , Am. J. M. Sc. 203:383, 1942.Crossref 59. Stull, A.; Sherman, W. B., and Wing, W. M.: Antigenic Fractions in Ragweed Pollen , J. Allergy 13:537, 1942.Crossref 60. Roth, R. R., and Nelson, T.: Proteins of Ragweed Pollen , J. Allergy 13: 283, 1942.Crossref 61. Abramson, H. A.; Moore, D. H., and Gettner, H. H.: Electrophoretic and Ultracentrifugal Analysis of Hay-Fever-Producing Component of Ragweed Pollen Extract , J. Phys. Chem. 46:192, 1942.Crossref 62. Newell, J. M.: Electrophoretic Studies on the Chemical Fractionation of Ragweed Pollen Extracts, to be published. 63. Rockwell, G. E.: Studies on Chemical Nature and Standardization of Pollen-Antigen , J. Immunol. 43:259, 1942. 64. Taub, S. J., and Rubens, E. A Preliminary Report on the New Slowly Absorbed Medium for Use in Hay Fever Treatment , J. Allergy 13:138, 1942.Crossref 65. Golan, H. G.; Hill, R., and Sack, S. S.: The Value of Continuing Preseasonal Therapy During the Pollen Season , J. Allergy 13:300, 1942.Crossref 66. Markow, H., and Rosen, E. A.: Comparison of Results of Preseasonal and Perennial Methods of Treatment of Ragweed Hay Fever , M. Rec. 155:203, 1942. 67. Stoesser, A. V.: Recent Observations on Hay Fever in Children , Journal-Lancet 62:174, 1942. 68. Iliff, E. H., and Gay, L. N.: Oral Treatment with Ragweed Pollen , Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 70:378, 1942. 69. Loveless, M. H., and Baldwin, H. S.: "Coli Metabolin" Therapy in Hay Fever: Psychogenic Benefits , J. A. M. A. 118:451 ( (Feb. 7) ) 1942.Crossref 70. Francis, N.: Abortion After Grass Pollen Injection , J. Allergy 12:559, 1941.Crossref 71. Colmes, A.: Pollen Disease in the Absence of Positive Skin Tests , New England J. Med. 225:817, 1941.Crossref 72. Durham, O. C.: Air-Borne Fungus Spores as Allergens , Publication 17, American Association for the Advancement of Science , New York, Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1942, vol. 32. 73. Morrow, M. B.; Lowe, E. P., and Prince, H. E.: Mold Fungi in Etiology of Respiratory Allergic Diseases: Survey of Air Borne Molds , J. Allergy 13: 215, 1942.Crossref 74. Bernstein, T. B., and Feinberg, S. M.: Air-Borne Fungus Spores: Five Year Survey of Daily Mold Spore Content of Chicago Air , J. Allergy 13:231, 1942.Crossref 75. Rackemann, F. M.; Randolph, T. G., and Guba, E. F.: The Specificity of Fungous Allergy , J. Allergy 9:447, 1938.Crossref 76. Waldbott, G. L.; Blair, K. E., and Ackley, A. B.: An Evaluation on the Importance of Fungi in Respiratory Allergy , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 26:1593, 1941. 77. Pratt, H. N.: The Comparative Atopic Activity of Alternaria Spores and Mycelium , J. Allergy 13:227, 1942. 78. Rackemann, F. M.: Intrinsic Asthma: Further Observations , J. Allergy 13:622, 1942. 79. Holmes, G. W.: Carcinoma of the Bronchus , New England J. Med. 227: 503, 1942. 80. Prickman, L. E.; Maytum, C. K., and Moersch, H. J.: Asthma and Primary Carcinoma of Bronchus , J. Allergy 13:261, 1942. 81. Nofsinger, C. D., and Vinson, P. P.: Intrabronchial Metastasis of Hypernephroma Simulating Primary Bronchial Carcinoma , J. A. M. A. 119:944 ( (July 18) ) 1942. 82. Perrone, J. A., and Levinson, J. P.: Primary Carcinoma of the Lung (Report of One Hundred and Fifteen Cases, Thirty-Eight Autopsies and Seventy-Seven Bronchoscopic Biopsies) , Ann. Int. Med. 17:12, 1942. 83. Ogilvie, A. G.: The Natural History of Bronchiectasis , Arch. Int. Med. 68: 395 ( (Sept.) ) 1941. 84. Linenthal, H.: Observations Concerning Pulmonary Fibrosis in Raynaud's Disease , J. M. Soc. New Jersey 227:433, 1942. 85. Allison, S. T.: The Vanishing Lung: Report of a Case of Advanced Bullous Emphysema , Ann. Int. Med. 17:139, 1942.Crossref 86. Traisman, A. S.: The Pathology of Asthma in Children , Arch. Pediat. 58:407, 1941. 87. Gay, L. N., and Reinhoff, W. M.: Treatment of Intractable Bronchial Asthma by Bilateral Resection of Pulmonary Plexus: Further Observations , Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 80:386, 1942. 88. Tuft, L., and Levin, N.: Studies in Expectorant Iodides , Am. J. M. Sc. 203:717, 1942.Crossref 89. Bases, L., and Kurtin, A.: Prevention of Death in Status Asthmaticus: Value of Bronchoscopy , Arch. Otolaryng. 36:79 ( (July) ) 1942.Crossref 90. Maisel, F. E., and Somkin, E.: Treatment of Asthmatic Paroxysm with Nicotinic Acid , J. Allergy 13:397, 1942.Crossref 91. Harsh, G. F., and Donovan, P. B.: The Effect of Wide Variations in Potassium-Sodium Intake in Asthmatic Children , J. Allergy 13:105, 1942.Crossref 92. Status of Racemic Epinephrine for Oral Inhalation, report of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry , J. A. M. A. 120:287 ( (Sept. 26) ) 1942.Crossref 93. Dumm, J. F.: Urticarial Reactions in an Asthmatic Patient Following an Injection of Natural Epinephrine , Prensa méd. argent. 28:303, 1941. 94. Vaughan, W. T., and Graham, W. R.: Death from Asthma: A Warning , J. A. M. A. 119:556 ( (June 13) ) 1942.Crossref 95. Hill, L. W.: (a) The Classification of Eczematoid Eruptions in Children with Especial Reference to Contact Dermatitis , J. Pediat. 20:537, 1942Crossref 96. The Production of Nonetiological Skin Hypersensitivity to Foods by Natural Means in Atopic Persons , J. Allergy 13:366, 1942.Crossref 97. Osborne, E. D.; Jordan, J. W., and Hallett, J. J.: The Practical Management of Eczema in Infants and Children , New York State J. Med. 42:47, 1942. 98. Oliver, E. A.: Contact Dermatitis , N. Clin. North America 26:13, 1942. 99. Lane, C. G.; Dennie, C. C.; Downing, J. G.; Foerster, H.; Oliver, E. 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ALLERGY: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE OF 1942

Archives of Internal Medicine , Volume 71 (1) – Jan 1, 1943

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Abstract The field of allergy is being cultivated; also, it is being extended. The common allergic manifestations are hay fever, asthma and eczema, but other symptom complexes also may depend on allergy, and the list becomes longer as knowledge increases. More and more of the phenomena of allergy are being correlated with the phenomena of acute and chronic infections. Bacterial allergy is often hard to demonstrate, but nevertheless it undoubtedly plays a role in many difficult situations hard to understand without such a theory. Asthma often appears to be produced by acute colds and without other cause. One is almost forced to think of "bacterial allergy," but cutaneous tests made with various preparations of bacteria in the sputum do not give a reaction of immediate type, as might be encountered if the cause were ragweed or egg albumin— except in rare instances. Asthma, according to Landau and Gay,1 has been References 1. Landau, W., and Gay, L. N.: Allergy in Germany , J. Allergy 13:494, 1942.Crossref 2. Harkavy, J.: Vascular Allergy: Manifestations of Polyvalent Sensitization , J. Mt. Sinai Hosp. 8:592, 1942. 3. Rackemann, F. M.: Allergy, with Special Reference to Drug Allergy , New England J. Med. 224:688, 1941.Crossref 4. Rackemann, F. M.: Allergy: Review of Literature of 1941 , Arch. Int. Med. 69:128 ( (Jan.) ) 1942.Crossref 5. Jacobs, J. L.; Kelley, J. J., and Sommers, S. C.: Heredity, Predisposition to Sensitization in Guinea Pigs , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 48:639, 1941. 6. Landsteiner, K., and Chase, M. W.: Breeding Experiments in Reference to Drug Allergy in Animals , in Proceedings of the International Congress for Microbiology , 1940, p. 772. 7. Farmer, L.: The Role of the Endocrines in Anaphylaxis and Allergy , Ann. Int. Med. 17:212, 1942. 8. Stokes, J. H., and Beerman, H.: Psychosomatic Correlations in Allergic Conditions: A Review of Problems and Literature , Psychosom. Med. 2:439, 1940. 9. Jensen, R. A., and Stoesser, A. V.: Emotional Factor in Bronchial Asthma in Children , Am. J. Dis. Child. 62:80 ( (July) ) 1941. 10. Abramson, H. A.: Editorial Comments: Physical or Psychic Allergy , J. A. M. A. 118:229 ( (Jan. 17) ) 1942. 11. Sulzberger, M. B., and Simon, F. A.: Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea Pigs , J. Allergy 6:39, 1934. 12. Frei, W.: Further Studies in Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea Pigs: Vitamin A (Carotene) in Relation to the Sensitization of Guinea Pigs to Old Arsphenamine , J. Invest. Dermat. 5:117, 1942. 13. Feller, A. E.; Roberts, L. B.; Ralli, E. P., and Francis, T.: Studies on the Influence of Vitamin A and Vitamin C on Certain Immunological Reactions in Man , J. Clin. Investigation 21:121, 1942. 14. Hochwald, A.: Antiallergic Properties of Vitamin C , Zentralbl. f. inn. Med. 56:769, 1935. 15. Walzer, M.: Absorption of Allergens , J. Allergy 13:555, 1942. 16. Hartley, G., Jr.: The Permeability of the Gastro-Intestinal Mucosa of Guinea Pigs to Crystalline Egg-Albumin: II. Relationship Between Circulating-Antibody Titer and Severity of the Anaphylactic Shock Following the Oral Administration of Antigen to Actively Immunized Scorbutic and Non-Scorbutic Guinea Pigs , J. Immunol. 43:301, 1942. 17. Hill, D. W., and Sulzberger, M. B.: Evolution of Atopic Dermatitis , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 32:451 ( (Sept.) ) 1935. 18. Zohn, B.: Skin Testing in the Newborn , Arch. Pediat , 58:339, 1941. 19. Criep, L. H.: Allergy in Identical Twins: Report of Seven Pairs of Twins , J. Allergy 13:591, 1942. 20. Donnally, H. H.: The Question of the Elimination of Foreign Protein (Egg White) in Woman's Milk , J. Immunol. 19:15, 1930. 21. Brunner, M., and Baron, B.: The Presence of Ingested Cottonseed Protein in Woman's Milk , J. Allergy 13:358, 1942. 22. Courtright, L. J.; Hurwitz, S. H., and Courtright, A. B.: Inhalant Sensitization and Shock in Guinea Pigs Under Controlled Atmospheric Conditions , J. Allergy 13:444, 1942.Crossref 23. Ratner, B.; Jackson, H. C., and Gruehl, H. L.: Nasal Sensitization, Nasal Anaphylactic Shock and Respiratory Symptoms Simulating Bronchial Asthma in the Guinea Pig , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 23:17, 1925. 24. Cannon, P. R.; Walsh, T. E., and Marshall, C. E.: Acute Local Anaphylactic Inflammation of the Lungs , Am. J. Path. 17:777, 1941. 25. Hooker, S. B.: Human Hypersensitiveness Induced by Very Small Amounts of Horse Serum , J. Immunol. 9:7, 1924. 26. Baron, B., and Brunner, M.: Active Sensitization in Human Beings with Trichina Antigen , J. Allergy 13:459, 1942. 27. Arbesman, C. E.; Witebsky, E., and Osgood, H.: Results of Intradermal Skin Tests with Trichina Antigen in Allergic and Normal Individuals , J. Allergy 13:583, 1942. 28. Spain, W. C.; Gillson, R. E., and Strauss, M. B.: Comparative Immunologic Studies with Salivary and Epithelial Extracts of the Dog, Cat and Rabbit , J. Allergy 13:563, 1942. 29. Cooke, R. A.: Protein Derivatives as Factors in Allergy , Ann. Int. Med. 16:71, 1942. 30. Dragstedt, C. A.: Anaphylaxis , Physiol. Rev. 21:563, 1941. 31. Ojers, G.; Holmes, C. A., and Dragstedt, C. A.: The Relation of the Liver Histamine to Anaphylactic Shock in Dogs , J. Pharmacol. & Exper. Therap. 73: 33, 1941. 32. Dragstedt, C. A., and Roche e Silva, M.: Effect of Trypsin upon Blood Histamine of Rabbits , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 47:420, 1941. 33. Wells, J. A.; Gray, J. S., and Dragstedt, C. A.: An Investigation of the Question of Histamine Tolerance , J. Allergy 13:77, 1941. 34. Sheldon, J. M.; Fall, N.; Johnston, J. H., and Howes, H. A.: A Clinical Study of Histamine-Azo-Protein in Allergic Disease: A Preliminary Report , J. Allergy 13:18, 1941. 35. Moll, H. H.: The Action of Parasympathetic-Mimetic Drugs in Asthma , Quart. J. 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