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Allergy and Asthma Proceedings is a peer reviewed publication dedicated to distributing timely scientific research regarding advancements in the knowledge and practice of allergy, asthma and immunology. Its primary readership consists of allergists and pulmonologists.

The goal of the Proceedings is to publish articles with a predominantly clinical focus which directly impact quality of care for patients with allergic disease and asthma.

Featured topics include asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis, food allergies, allergic skin diseases, diagnostic techniques, allergens, and treatment modalities. Published material includes peer-reviewed original research, clinical trials and review articles.

Articles marked "F" offer free full text for personal noncommercial use only.

The journal is indexed in Thomson Reuters Web of Science and Science Citation Index Expanded, plus the National Library of Medicine's PubMed service.

Publisher: OceanSide Publications, Inc

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Volume 27, Number 3, May-June 2006

Editorial

Free Content Special Focus—Allergic rhinitis
pp. 177-177(1)
Authors: Bellanti, Joseph A.; Settipane, Russell A.

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Original Articles

The natural history of childhood-onset asthma
pp. 178-185(8)
Authors: Fiocchi, Alessandro; Terracciano, Luigi; Martelli, Alberto; Guerriero, Francesca; Bernardo, Luca

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Effect of tetanus immunization on t-helper cytokine production in adults with and without allergic rhinitis
pp. 197-201(5)
Authors: Gentile, Deborah; Trecki, Jordan; Patel, Asha; Fausnight, Tracy; Angelini, Betty; Skoner, David

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Improved quality of life among seasonal allergic rhinitis patients treated with olopatadine HCl nasal spray 0.4% and olopatadine HCl nasal spray 0.6% compared with vehicle placebo
pp. 202-207(6)
Authors: Hampel, Frank C.; Ratner, Paul H.; Amar, Niran J.; van Bavel, Julius H.; Mohar, Dale; Fairchild, Carol J.; Wall, G. Michael; Brubaker, Michael J.; Drake, Margaret; Crenshaw, Krista M.

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Mast cell inhibitor R112 is well tolerated and affects prostaglandin D2 but not other mediators, symptoms, or nasal volumes in a nasal challenge model of allergic rhinitis
pp. 208-213(6)
Authors: Guyer, Brenda J.; Shimamoto, S. Reed; Bradhurst, Amanda L.; Grossbard, Elliot B.; Dreskin, Stephen C.; Nelson, Harold S.

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Efficacy of desloratadine, 5 mg, compared with fexofenadine, 180 mg, in patients with symptomatic seasonal allergic rhinitis
pp. 214-223(10)
Authors: Berger, William E.; Lumry, William R.; Meltzer, Eli O.; Pearlman, David S.

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A practical approach to allergic rhinitis and sleep disturbance management
pp. 224-230(7)
Authors: Davies, Michael J.; Fisher, Laura H.; Chegini, Soheil; Craig, Timothy J.

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Validation of the nighttime symptoms score as a clinically relevant measure of allergic rhinitis
pp. 231-239(9)
Authors: Santanello, Nancy C.; DeMuro-Mercon, Carla; Shah, Shailen R.; Schenkel, Eric J.; Ratner, Paul H.; Dass, S. Balachandra; Norquist, Josephine M.; Philip, George

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A review of the roles of allergic rhinitis in childhood obstructive sleep apnea syndrome
pp. 240-242(3)
Authors: Ng, Daniel K; Chan, Chung-hong; Hwang, Gloria Yu-yan; Chow, Pok-yu; Kwok, Ka-li

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Safety and clinical relief over 1 year with triamcinolone acetonide hydrofluoroalkane-134a nasal aerosol in patients with perennial allergic rhinitis
pp. 243-247(5)
Authors: Weber, Richard; Garcia, Jorge; Faruqi, Rab; Banerji, Donald; Georges, George

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Is the usage of intranasal glucocorticosteroids alone in allergic rhinitis sufficient?
pp. 248-253(6)
Authors: Can, Demet; Tanaç, Remziye; Demır, Esen; Gülen, Figen; Veral, Ali

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Expanding choices in intranasal steroid therapy: Summary of a Roundtable Meeting
pp. 254-264(11)
Authors: Blaiss, Michael S.; Benninger, Michael S.; Fromer, Len; Gross, Gary; Mabry, Richard; Mahr, Todd; Marple, Bradley; Stoloff, Stuart

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A case of hydrocortisone desensitization in a patient with radiocontrast-induced anaphylactoid reaction and corticosteroid allergy
pp. 265-268(4)
Authors: Lee-Wong, Mary; McClelland, Suzanne; Chong, Kaman; Fernandez, Evans

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Anaphylaxis caused by cloxacillin: Diagnosis with seriated analysis by way of basophil activation test
pp. 269-272(4)
Authors: Trabado, Ana Rodríguez; Hijón, Carmen Cámara; Carreño, Sergio Luis Porcel; Martín, Elena Rodríguez; Peral, Carmen Fletes; Navarro, Gemma Pereira; Timón, Soledad Jiménez; Arbeiza, Francisco Javier Hernández; Pereira, Luis Fernández

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Allergic and nonallergic reactions to nitroglycerin
pp. 273-280(8)
Authors: Ramey, John T.; Lockey, Richard F.

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Rubinstein–Taybi syndrome: An immune deficiency as a cause for recurrent infections
pp. 281-284(4)
Authors: Naimi, David R.; Munoz, Jose; Rubinstein, Jack; Hostoffer, Robert W.

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Patient Oriented Problem Solving (POPS) Case Report

Free Content A 5-month-old boy with recurrent respiratory infections, failure to thrive, and borderline elevated sweat chloride levels
pp. 285-288(4)
Authors: Wang, Helen C.; Whelan, Meg A.; McGeady, Stephen J.; Yousef, Ejaz

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Clinical Pearls and Pitfalls

Free Content Atopic dermatitis or hyper-IgE syndrome?
pp. 289-291(3)
Authors: Ohameje, Nkiruka U.; Loveless, James W.; Saini, Sarbjit S.

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