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Progress in Otolaryngology: A Summary of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of Otolaryngology: ADVANCES IN THE FIELD OF ALLERGY AS RELATED TO OTOLARYNGOLOGY DURING THE YEARS 1929 AND 1930

Progress in Otolaryngology: A Summary of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of... Abstract The following review of eighty-two papers published in 1929 and 1930 shows advances in knowledge of the causes and pathogenesis of allergy, its effects and its treatment. Especially interesting are: the results of Cohen, Ecker, Breitbart and Rudolph showing that sufficient pollen substance can be absorbed from the nose to affect a passively sensitized skin site in a normal subject; the results of Parlato and of Figley proving the sensitiveness of certain persons to scales from the wings of insects; the observations of Hansel on the histopathology of allergic nasal membranes; the roentgen studies of Proetz showing a rapid gross swelling of the antral membranes during an attack of asthma, and finally improvement in methods of treatment. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF THE ALLERGY REACTION Cohen, Ecker, Breitbart and Rudolph1 reported that by the Prausnitz and Kustner method they passively sensitized skin areas to ragweed in a large number References 1. Cohen, Milton B.; Ecker, E. E.; Breitbart, J. R., and Rudolph, J. A.: The Rate of Absorption of Ragweed Pollen Material from the Nose , J. Immunol. 18:419 ( (June) ) 1930. 2. Walzer, M.: J. Immunol. 14:143, 1927. 3. Opie, E. L.: J. Immunol. 8:55, 1923 4. J. Exper. Med. 39:659, 1924.Crossref 5. Brunner, M., and Walzer, M.: Absorption of Undigested Proteins in Human Beings , Arch. Int. Med. 42:172 ( (Aug.) ) 1928.Crossref 6. Prausnitz, C., and Kustner, H.: Centralbl. f. Bakteriol. 86:160, 1921. 7. Donally, Harry H.: The Question of the Elimination of Foreign Protein (Egg-White) in Woman's Milk , J. Immunol. 19:15 ( (July) ) 1930. 8. Duke, W. W.: Allergy as Encountered by the General Practitioner , Bull. New York Acad. Med. 5:939, 1929. 9. Harkavy, Joseph: Spasm-Producing Substance in the Sputum of Patients with Bronchial Asthma , Arch. Int. Med. 45:641 ( (April) ) 1930.Crossref 10. Ratner, Bret: A Possible Explanation for Horse Serum Anaphylaxis in Man , J. A. M. A. 94:2046 ( (June 28) ) 1930.Crossref 11. Ratner, Bret: A Possible Causal Factor of Food Allergy in Certain Infants , Am. J. Dis. Child. 36:277 ( (Aug.) ) 1928. 12. Holford, Frances E.: The Placental Transmission of Foreign Proteins in Rabbits , J. Immunol. 19:177 ( (Aug.) ) 1930. 13. Dean, H. R.; Goldsworthy, N. E., and Ten Broeck, C.: The Rate of Disappearance of Injected Horse Serum from the Blood of the Rabbit , J. Immunol. 18:95 ( (Feb.) ) 1930. 14. Boone, T. H., and Manwaring, W. H.: Parenteral Denaturization of Foreign Protein: III. Effect of Heterologous Sensitization , J. Immunol. 18:427 ( (June) ) 1930 15. Parenteral Denaturization of Foreign Proteins: IV. Effect of Endothelial Blockade , Boone, T. H., J. Immunol. 18:431 ( (June) ) 1930. 16. Seegal, D., and Seegal, B. C.: Local Organ Hypersensitiveness: I. Experimental Production in the Rabbit Eye , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:390, 1930 17. Local Organ Hypersensitiveness: II. Repeated Response in the Rabbit Eye , Seegal, D., Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:393, 1930. 18. Baldwin, Louis B.: Skin Tests in Normal Individuals with Mixtures of Atopen and Reagin , J. Allergy 1:438 ( (July) ) 1930. 19. Levine, P., and Coca, A. F.: J. Immunol. 11:411, 1926. 20. Clarke, A., Jr., and Gallagher, M. G.: J. Immunol. 12:461, 1926. 21. Kountz, W. B., and Koenig, B. S.: Studies of Bronchial Secretion , J. Allergy 1:429 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 22. Thursfield, H.: An Address on Thymic Asthma , Canad. M. A. J. 20:239, 1929. 23. Cooke, Robert A., and Spain, W. C.: Studies in Hypersensitiveness , J. Immunol. 17:295 ( (Oct.) ) 1929. 24. Parlato, Salvatore J.: A Case of Coryza and Asthma Due to Sand Flies (Caddis-Flies) , J. Allergy 1:35 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 25. Figley, Karl D.: Asthma Due to the Mayfly , Am. J. M. Sc. 178:338 ( (Sept.) ) 1929.Crossref 26. Benson, Robert L., and Semenov, H.: Allergy in Its Relation to Bee Sting , J. Allergy 1:105 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 27. Hopkins, J. G.; Benham, R. W., and Kesten, B. M.: Asthma Due to a Fungus, Alternaria , J. A. M. A. 94:6 ( (Jan. 4) ) 1930.Crossref 28. Markin, L. E.: Boxwood Sensitiveness , J. Allergy 1:346 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 29. Barnard, James H.: Observations on Certain Castor Bean Extracts , J. Allergy 1:473 ( (July) ) 1930. 30. Ratner, B., and Gruehl, H. L.: Respiratory Anaphylaxis (Asthma) and Ricin Poisoning Induced with Castor Bean Dust , Am. J. Hyg. 10:236, 1929. 31. Cobe, Herbert Marshall: Sensitivity Due to Christmas Trees : A Seasonal Atopen in Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:442 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 32. Ramirez, Maximilian A.: An Etiologic Factor in Vasomotor Rhinitis and Asthma , J. Allergy 1:149 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 33. Williams, J. R.: Allergic Insulin Reactions , J. A. M. A. 94:1112 ( (April 12) ) 1930.Crossref 34. Fink, Arthur I.: Cinchophen Poisoning in Allergic Individuals , J. Allergy 1:280 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 35. Vallery-Radot, Pasteur; and Blamoutier, Pierre: Sensibilisation au Chloroplantinite de potassium: Accidents graves de choc survenus á la suite d'une cutiréaction avec ce sel , Bull. et mém. Soc. méd. d. hôp. de Paris 33:222 ( (Feb.) ) 1929. 36. Rowe, Albert H.: Gastro-Intestinal Food Allergy: A Study Based on One Hundred Cases , J. Allergy 1:172 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 37. Sterling, Alexander: The Relation Between Bronchial Asthma and Pulmonary Tuberculosis , J. Allergy 1:185 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 38. Durham, O. C.: Cooperative Studies in Ragweed Pollen Incidence: Atmospheric Data from Twenty-Two Cities , J. Allergy 1:12 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 39. Penfound, W. T., and Efron, B. G.: A Standardized Method of Pollen Air Analysis , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:650, 1929. 40. Stull, Arthur; Chobot, Robert, and Cooke, Robert A.: Chemical and Clinical Studies on Pollen (Preliminary Report) , J. Allergy 1:470 ( (July) ) 1930. 41. Milford, Edgar L.: Studies in Allergy: I. The Specific Activity of Pollen Oil , J. Allergy 1:331 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 42. Spain, W. C., and Hopkins, Marjorie: On the Identity of the Atopens of High Ragweed and Low Ragweed Pollen , J. Allergy 1:209 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 43. Hansel, F. K.: Clinical and Histopathologic Studies of the Nose and Sinuses in Allergy , J. Allergy 1:43 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 44. Coates, G. M., and Ersner, M. S.: Occurrence of Eosinophils in the Mucous Membrane of the Maxillary Sinus in Asthmatic Patients , Arch. Otolaryng. 11:158 ( (Feb.) ) 1930.Crossref 45. Proetz, Arthur W.: Sudden Allergic Reactions in the Maxillary Sinus , J. Allergy 1:324 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 46. Chobot, Robert: The Incidence of Sinusitis in Asthmatic Children , Am. J. Dis. Child. 39:257 ( (Feb.) ) 1930. 47. Duke, W. W.: Deformity of the Face Caused by Nasal Allergy in Childhood , J. Allergy 1:466 ( (July) ) 1930. 48. Cohen, M. B., and Breitbart, J.: Infantile Pyloric Obstruction , Am. J. Dis. Child. 38:741 ( (Oct.) ) 1929.Crossref 49. Clarke, J. A., Jr.: Pulmonary Atelectasis Complicating Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:81 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 50. Storm van Leeuwen, W., and von Niekerk, J.: Blood Eosinophilia in Allergics , Ztschr. f. d. ges. exper. Med. 63:393, 1928.Crossref 51. Coca, Arthur F.: The Skin as a Shock Tissue , Bull. New York Acad. Med. 5:223, 1929. 52. Murphy, John A., and Case, E. A.: Sudden Death from Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:434 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 53. Harkavy, Joseph: Observations on Fatal Bronchial Asthma: A Report of Two Cases , J. Allergy 1:136 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 54. Cunningham, T. D.: A Clinical Test for Food Sensitization , J. Allergy 1:83 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 55. Stout, Philip S.: Some Findings of Antral Studies with Iodized Oil in Patients with Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:446 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 56. Peshkin, M. M., and Fineman, A. H.: Asthma in Children: VIII. A Comparative Study of the Direct and Indirect (Local Passive Transfer) Methods of Skin Testing with the Scratch and Intradermal Technic , Am. J. Dis. Child. 37:39 ( (Jan.) ) 1929.Crossref 57. Walzer, M.: An Indirect Method of Testing for Conditions of Atopic Hypersensitiveness , J. Allergy 1:231 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 58. Sulzberger, Marion B., and Wise, Fred: Ragweed Dermatitis, with Sensitization and Densensitization Phenomena: Report of Case , J. A. M. A. 94:93 ( (Jan. 11) ) 1930.Crossref 59. Bengtsson, Otelia: Ragweed Dermatitis , J. Allergy 1:457 ( (July) ) 1930. 60. Vaughan, W. T.: The Interpretation of Borderline Allergic Reactions , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 14:433, 1929. 61. Vaughan, W. T.: Food Allergens: I. A Genetic Classification, with Results of Group Testing , J. Allergy 1:385 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 62. Insley, S. W.: The Control of Immediate Shock Following Hypodermic Medication , J. A. M. A. 94:765 ( (March 15) ) 1930.Crossref 63. Duke, W. W.: New Method of Administering Pollen Extract for Purpose of Preventing Reactions: A Subcuticular Method , J. A. M. A. 94:767 ( (March 15) ) 1930.Crossref 64. Black, J. H.: Cedar Fever , J. Allergy 1:71 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 65. Piness, George: and Miller, Hyman: An Unusual Opportunity to Make an Allergic Study of an Entire Community with the Etiology and Results of Treatment , J. Allergy 1:117 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 66. Wilmer, H. B.: Interesting Observations in the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Atypical Types of Hay-Fever , J. Allergy 1:87 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 67. Gay, Leslie N.: The Significance of Local Reaction in the Skin Following Deep and Superficial Injections of Pollen Extracts , J. Allergy 1:403 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 68. Gelfand, H. Harold: The Determination of Factors to Explain Marginal Failure in Hay-Fever Desensitization , J. Allergy 1:222 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 69. Murphy, John A.: Pollen Suspensions: A Preliminary Report , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 15:158 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 70. Kahn, I. S.: The Intravenous Use of Epinephrine in Severe Bronchial Asthma , Ann. Int. Med. 3:1140 ( (May) ) 1930. 71. Eyermann, Charles H.: Food Allergy and Nasal Symptoms , J. Allergy 1:350 ( (May) ) 1930. 72. Stern, Elias L., and Spivacke, Charles A.: The Sympathetic Component of the Extrinsic Nerve Innervation of the Lungs in Status Asthmaticus: Case Report of Blocking by Alcohol Injections , J. Allergy 1:357 ( (May) ) 1930. 73. Peshkin, M. Murray; and Fineman, A. H.: Asthma in Children : X. The Rôle of Ketogenic and Low Carbohydrate Diets in the Treatment of a Selected Group of Patients , Am. J. Dis. Child. 39:1240 ( (June) ) 1930. 74. Brown, Orville Harry: Further Studies in Treatment of Food Sensitization with Digestant and Citric Acid , J. Allergy 1:180 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 75. Caulfield, A. H. W.: Trypsin and Ephedrin Dissolved in Gomenol as Therapeutic Agents in Allergic Conditions , Canad. M. A. J. 20:498, 1929. 76. Ramirez, Maximilian A.: The Value of Calcium in Asthma, Hay-Fever and Urticaria , J. Allergy 1:283 ( (March) ) 1930. 77. Thomas, William S.: Autogenous Vaccine Treatment of Asthma , J. Allergy 1:86 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 78. Famulener, L. W.: Studies in Asthma with Infection: I. The Preparation of Autogenous Vaccines , J. Allergy 1:84 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 79. Touart, Maximin DeMouy: Autogenous Vaccine Skin Tests , J. Allergy 1:85 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 80. Brown, George E., and Horton, B. T.: Systemic Histamine-Like Reactions in Allergy Due to Cold , J. Allergy 1:193 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 81. Morey, J. B., and Michie, T. C.: Physical Allergy Due to Heat and Exhaustion , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 5:74, 1930. 82. Duke, W. W.: Heat and Effort Sensitiveness: Cold Sensitiveness: Relationship to Heat Prostration, Effort Syndrome, Asthma, Urticaria, Dermatoses, Noninfectious Coryza and Infections , Arch. Int. Med. 45:206 ( (Feb.) ) 1929.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Progress in Otolaryngology: A Summary of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of Otolaryngology: ADVANCES IN THE FIELD OF ALLERGY AS RELATED TO OTOLARYNGOLOGY DURING THE YEARS 1929 AND 1930

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 12 (5) – Nov 1, 1930

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Abstract The following review of eighty-two papers published in 1929 and 1930 shows advances in knowledge of the causes and pathogenesis of allergy, its effects and its treatment. Especially interesting are: the results of Cohen, Ecker, Breitbart and Rudolph showing that sufficient pollen substance can be absorbed from the nose to affect a passively sensitized skin site in a normal subject; the results of Parlato and of Figley proving the sensitiveness of certain persons to scales from the wings of insects; the observations of Hansel on the histopathology of allergic nasal membranes; the roentgen studies of Proetz showing a rapid gross swelling of the antral membranes during an attack of asthma, and finally improvement in methods of treatment. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF THE ALLERGY REACTION Cohen, Ecker, Breitbart and Rudolph1 reported that by the Prausnitz and Kustner method they passively sensitized skin areas to ragweed in a large number References 1. Cohen, Milton B.; Ecker, E. E.; Breitbart, J. R., and Rudolph, J. A.: The Rate of Absorption of Ragweed Pollen Material from the Nose , J. Immunol. 18:419 ( (June) ) 1930. 2. Walzer, M.: J. Immunol. 14:143, 1927. 3. Opie, E. L.: J. Immunol. 8:55, 1923 4. J. Exper. Med. 39:659, 1924.Crossref 5. Brunner, M., and Walzer, M.: Absorption of Undigested Proteins in Human Beings , Arch. Int. Med. 42:172 ( (Aug.) ) 1928.Crossref 6. Prausnitz, C., and Kustner, H.: Centralbl. f. Bakteriol. 86:160, 1921. 7. Donally, Harry H.: The Question of the Elimination of Foreign Protein (Egg-White) in Woman's Milk , J. Immunol. 19:15 ( (July) ) 1930. 8. Duke, W. W.: Allergy as Encountered by the General Practitioner , Bull. New York Acad. Med. 5:939, 1929. 9. Harkavy, Joseph: Spasm-Producing Substance in the Sputum of Patients with Bronchial Asthma , Arch. Int. Med. 45:641 ( (April) ) 1930.Crossref 10. Ratner, Bret: A Possible Explanation for Horse Serum Anaphylaxis in Man , J. A. M. A. 94:2046 ( (June 28) ) 1930.Crossref 11. Ratner, Bret: A Possible Causal Factor of Food Allergy in Certain Infants , Am. J. Dis. Child. 36:277 ( (Aug.) ) 1928. 12. Holford, Frances E.: The Placental Transmission of Foreign Proteins in Rabbits , J. Immunol. 19:177 ( (Aug.) ) 1930. 13. Dean, H. R.; Goldsworthy, N. E., and Ten Broeck, C.: The Rate of Disappearance of Injected Horse Serum from the Blood of the Rabbit , J. Immunol. 18:95 ( (Feb.) ) 1930. 14. Boone, T. H., and Manwaring, W. H.: Parenteral Denaturization of Foreign Protein: III. Effect of Heterologous Sensitization , J. Immunol. 18:427 ( (June) ) 1930 15. Parenteral Denaturization of Foreign Proteins: IV. Effect of Endothelial Blockade , Boone, T. H., J. Immunol. 18:431 ( (June) ) 1930. 16. Seegal, D., and Seegal, B. C.: Local Organ Hypersensitiveness: I. Experimental Production in the Rabbit Eye , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:390, 1930 17. Local Organ Hypersensitiveness: II. Repeated Response in the Rabbit Eye , Seegal, D., Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:393, 1930. 18. Baldwin, Louis B.: Skin Tests in Normal Individuals with Mixtures of Atopen and Reagin , J. Allergy 1:438 ( (July) ) 1930. 19. Levine, P., and Coca, A. F.: J. Immunol. 11:411, 1926. 20. Clarke, A., Jr., and Gallagher, M. G.: J. Immunol. 12:461, 1926. 21. Kountz, W. B., and Koenig, B. S.: Studies of Bronchial Secretion , J. Allergy 1:429 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 22. Thursfield, H.: An Address on Thymic Asthma , Canad. M. A. J. 20:239, 1929. 23. Cooke, Robert A., and Spain, W. C.: Studies in Hypersensitiveness , J. Immunol. 17:295 ( (Oct.) ) 1929. 24. Parlato, Salvatore J.: A Case of Coryza and Asthma Due to Sand Flies (Caddis-Flies) , J. Allergy 1:35 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 25. Figley, Karl D.: Asthma Due to the Mayfly , Am. J. M. Sc. 178:338 ( (Sept.) ) 1929.Crossref 26. Benson, Robert L., and Semenov, H.: Allergy in Its Relation to Bee Sting , J. Allergy 1:105 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 27. Hopkins, J. G.; Benham, R. W., and Kesten, B. M.: Asthma Due to a Fungus, Alternaria , J. A. M. A. 94:6 ( (Jan. 4) ) 1930.Crossref 28. Markin, L. E.: Boxwood Sensitiveness , J. Allergy 1:346 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 29. Barnard, James H.: Observations on Certain Castor Bean Extracts , J. Allergy 1:473 ( (July) ) 1930. 30. Ratner, B., and Gruehl, H. L.: Respiratory Anaphylaxis (Asthma) and Ricin Poisoning Induced with Castor Bean Dust , Am. J. Hyg. 10:236, 1929. 31. Cobe, Herbert Marshall: Sensitivity Due to Christmas Trees : A Seasonal Atopen in Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:442 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 32. Ramirez, Maximilian A.: An Etiologic Factor in Vasomotor Rhinitis and Asthma , J. Allergy 1:149 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 33. Williams, J. R.: Allergic Insulin Reactions , J. A. M. A. 94:1112 ( (April 12) ) 1930.Crossref 34. Fink, Arthur I.: Cinchophen Poisoning in Allergic Individuals , J. Allergy 1:280 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 35. Vallery-Radot, Pasteur; and Blamoutier, Pierre: Sensibilisation au Chloroplantinite de potassium: Accidents graves de choc survenus á la suite d'une cutiréaction avec ce sel , Bull. et mém. Soc. méd. d. hôp. de Paris 33:222 ( (Feb.) ) 1929. 36. Rowe, Albert H.: Gastro-Intestinal Food Allergy: A Study Based on One Hundred Cases , J. Allergy 1:172 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 37. Sterling, Alexander: The Relation Between Bronchial Asthma and Pulmonary Tuberculosis , J. Allergy 1:185 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 38. Durham, O. C.: Cooperative Studies in Ragweed Pollen Incidence: Atmospheric Data from Twenty-Two Cities , J. Allergy 1:12 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 39. Penfound, W. T., and Efron, B. G.: A Standardized Method of Pollen Air Analysis , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27:650, 1929. 40. Stull, Arthur; Chobot, Robert, and Cooke, Robert A.: Chemical and Clinical Studies on Pollen (Preliminary Report) , J. Allergy 1:470 ( (July) ) 1930. 41. Milford, Edgar L.: Studies in Allergy: I. The Specific Activity of Pollen Oil , J. Allergy 1:331 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 42. Spain, W. C., and Hopkins, Marjorie: On the Identity of the Atopens of High Ragweed and Low Ragweed Pollen , J. Allergy 1:209 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 43. Hansel, F. K.: Clinical and Histopathologic Studies of the Nose and Sinuses in Allergy , J. Allergy 1:43 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 44. Coates, G. M., and Ersner, M. S.: Occurrence of Eosinophils in the Mucous Membrane of the Maxillary Sinus in Asthmatic Patients , Arch. Otolaryng. 11:158 ( (Feb.) ) 1930.Crossref 45. Proetz, Arthur W.: Sudden Allergic Reactions in the Maxillary Sinus , J. Allergy 1:324 ( (May) ) 1930.Crossref 46. Chobot, Robert: The Incidence of Sinusitis in Asthmatic Children , Am. J. Dis. Child. 39:257 ( (Feb.) ) 1930. 47. Duke, W. W.: Deformity of the Face Caused by Nasal Allergy in Childhood , J. Allergy 1:466 ( (July) ) 1930. 48. Cohen, M. B., and Breitbart, J.: Infantile Pyloric Obstruction , Am. J. Dis. Child. 38:741 ( (Oct.) ) 1929.Crossref 49. Clarke, J. A., Jr.: Pulmonary Atelectasis Complicating Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:81 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 50. Storm van Leeuwen, W., and von Niekerk, J.: Blood Eosinophilia in Allergics , Ztschr. f. d. ges. exper. Med. 63:393, 1928.Crossref 51. Coca, Arthur F.: The Skin as a Shock Tissue , Bull. New York Acad. Med. 5:223, 1929. 52. Murphy, John A., and Case, E. A.: Sudden Death from Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:434 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 53. Harkavy, Joseph: Observations on Fatal Bronchial Asthma: A Report of Two Cases , J. Allergy 1:136 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 54. Cunningham, T. D.: A Clinical Test for Food Sensitization , J. Allergy 1:83 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 55. Stout, Philip S.: Some Findings of Antral Studies with Iodized Oil in Patients with Bronchial Asthma , J. Allergy 1:446 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 56. Peshkin, M. M., and Fineman, A. H.: Asthma in Children: VIII. A Comparative Study of the Direct and Indirect (Local Passive Transfer) Methods of Skin Testing with the Scratch and Intradermal Technic , Am. J. Dis. Child. 37:39 ( (Jan.) ) 1929.Crossref 57. Walzer, M.: An Indirect Method of Testing for Conditions of Atopic Hypersensitiveness , J. Allergy 1:231 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 58. Sulzberger, Marion B., and Wise, Fred: Ragweed Dermatitis, with Sensitization and Densensitization Phenomena: Report of Case , J. A. M. A. 94:93 ( (Jan. 11) ) 1930.Crossref 59. Bengtsson, Otelia: Ragweed Dermatitis , J. Allergy 1:457 ( (July) ) 1930. 60. Vaughan, W. T.: The Interpretation of Borderline Allergic Reactions , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 14:433, 1929. 61. Vaughan, W. T.: Food Allergens: I. A Genetic Classification, with Results of Group Testing , J. Allergy 1:385 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 62. Insley, S. W.: The Control of Immediate Shock Following Hypodermic Medication , J. A. M. A. 94:765 ( (March 15) ) 1930.Crossref 63. Duke, W. W.: New Method of Administering Pollen Extract for Purpose of Preventing Reactions: A Subcuticular Method , J. A. M. A. 94:767 ( (March 15) ) 1930.Crossref 64. Black, J. H.: Cedar Fever , J. Allergy 1:71 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 65. Piness, George: and Miller, Hyman: An Unusual Opportunity to Make an Allergic Study of an Entire Community with the Etiology and Results of Treatment , J. Allergy 1:117 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.Crossref 66. Wilmer, H. B.: Interesting Observations in the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Atypical Types of Hay-Fever , J. Allergy 1:87 ( (Nov.) ) 1929.Crossref 67. Gay, Leslie N.: The Significance of Local Reaction in the Skin Following Deep and Superficial Injections of Pollen Extracts , J. Allergy 1:403 ( (July) ) 1930.Crossref 68. Gelfand, H. Harold: The Determination of Factors to Explain Marginal Failure in Hay-Fever Desensitization , J. Allergy 1:222 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 69. Murphy, John A.: Pollen Suspensions: A Preliminary Report , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 15:158 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 70. Kahn, I. S.: The Intravenous Use of Epinephrine in Severe Bronchial Asthma , Ann. Int. Med. 3:1140 ( (May) ) 1930. 71. Eyermann, Charles H.: Food Allergy and Nasal Symptoms , J. Allergy 1:350 ( (May) ) 1930. 72. Stern, Elias L., and Spivacke, Charles A.: The Sympathetic Component of the Extrinsic Nerve Innervation of the Lungs in Status Asthmaticus: Case Report of Blocking by Alcohol Injections , J. Allergy 1:357 ( (May) ) 1930. 73. Peshkin, M. Murray; and Fineman, A. H.: Asthma in Children : X. The Rôle of Ketogenic and Low Carbohydrate Diets in the Treatment of a Selected Group of Patients , Am. J. Dis. Child. 39:1240 ( (June) ) 1930. 74. Brown, Orville Harry: Further Studies in Treatment of Food Sensitization with Digestant and Citric Acid , J. Allergy 1:180 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 75. Caulfield, A. H. W.: Trypsin and Ephedrin Dissolved in Gomenol as Therapeutic Agents in Allergic Conditions , Canad. M. A. J. 20:498, 1929. 76. Ramirez, Maximilian A.: The Value of Calcium in Asthma, Hay-Fever and Urticaria , J. Allergy 1:283 ( (March) ) 1930. 77. Thomas, William S.: Autogenous Vaccine Treatment of Asthma , J. Allergy 1:86 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 78. Famulener, L. W.: Studies in Asthma with Infection: I. The Preparation of Autogenous Vaccines , J. Allergy 1:84 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 79. Touart, Maximin DeMouy: Autogenous Vaccine Skin Tests , J. Allergy 1:85 ( (Nov.) ) 1929. 80. Brown, George E., and Horton, B. T.: Systemic Histamine-Like Reactions in Allergy Due to Cold , J. Allergy 1:193 ( (Jan.) ) 1930. 81. Morey, J. B., and Michie, T. C.: Physical Allergy Due to Heat and Exhaustion , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 5:74, 1930. 82. Duke, W. W.: Heat and Effort Sensitiveness: Cold Sensitiveness: Relationship to Heat Prostration, Effort Syndrome, Asthma, Urticaria, Dermatoses, Noninfectious Coryza and Infections , Arch. Int. Med. 45:206 ( (Feb.) ) 1929.Crossref

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