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Volume 47, Supplement 5, 1 September 2017

P1: INTER‐LABORATORY VARIATION IN THE MEASUREMENT OF SERUM TRYPTASE
pp. 5-5(1)
Authors: Dawson, E; Chapman, K; Wienholt, L; Hughes, T

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P3: DIFFERENCES IN KNOWLEDGE BETWEEN SCHOOL TEACHERS AND REGISTERED FIRST AID TRAINERS UNDERGOING TRAINING TO DELIVER SCHOOL‐BASED ANAPHYLAXIS EDUCATION
pp. 5-5(1)
Authors: Ford, L; Dunn, R; Treloar, M; Tyquin, B; Hollinshead, K; Studdert, J; Mulligan, K; Campbell, D

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P4: ANAPHYLACTIC STORM: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT APPROACH
pp. 5-6(2)
Authors: Knezevic, B; Lam, D; Buckland, A; Juniper, A; Hussain, S; Brusch, A

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P5: ADRENALINE AUTOINJECTOR CARRIAGE AND STORAGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN ANAPHYLAXIS POPULATION
pp. 6-6(1)
Authors: Charsley, H; Clifford, R; Said, M; Vale, S; Salter, S

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P9: CEPHALOSPORIN ANAPHYLAXIS: APPROACH IN DIAGNOSIS AND CROSS‐REACTIVITY WITH OTHER BETA‐LACTAM ANTIBIOTICS
pp. 7-7(1)
Authors: Bakhtiar, MF; Joseph, CT; Kwok, FY; Hui, MT; Bathumana‐Appan, PP; Bhaskaran, KS; Leong, KW; Nagum, AR; Leecyous, B; Murad, S

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P10: CORTICOSTEROID ANAPHYLAXIS: THE UNSUSPECTED OFFENDER
pp. 7-7(1)
Authors: Bakhtiar, MF; Joseph, CT; Kwok, FY; Leong, KW; Bathumana‐Appan, PP; Yusman, N; Murad, S

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P8: THE EFFICACY OF SKIN TESTING, SPECIFIC IgE AND BASAL ACTIVATION TESTING IN PREDICTING THE OUTCOME OF ORAL PROVOCATION CHALLENGES IN CHILDREN WITH SUSPECTED BETA‐LACTAM ALLERGY
pp. 7-7(1)
Authors: Arnold, A; Jeelall, Y; Braconnaire, L; Sommerfield, A; Bundell, C; Sommerfield, D; Slevin, L; Rueter, K; von Ungern‐Sternberg, BS; Lucas, M

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P11: NON‐STEROIDAL ANTI‐INFLAMMATORY DRUG INDUCED URTICARIA/ANGIOEDEMA ASSOCIATIONS WITH THE HUMAN LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN (HLA) GENES IN A MALAY POPULATION
pp. 8-8(1)
Authors: Bakhtiar, MF; Too, CL; Tan, LK; Sulaiman, S; Tang, MM; Fauzi, N‐AA; Nagum, AR; Joseph, CT; Kwok, FY; Rayappa, GC

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P12: THE RATE OF ATOPIC DISEASES IN CHILDREN WITH REPORTED ANTIBIOTIC ALLERGIES
pp. 8-8(1)
Authors: Braconnier, L; Arnold, A; Sommerfield, A; Slevin, L; Sommerfield, D; Rueter, K; von Ungern‐Sternberg, BS; Lucas, M

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P14: TRENDS IN GENERAL ANAESTHETIC ALLERGY TESTING: THE ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
pp. 9-9(1)
Authors: De Luca, J; Chan, S; Collins, C; Patel, M; Nicholls, K; Douglass, J

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P16: PENICILLIN ALLERGY LABELLING ON THE MedicAlert® ID
pp. 9-9(1)
Authors: Foreman, C; Le, T‐T; Smith, WB

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P18: A RARE CASE OF CHRONIC NON GRANULOMATOUS SUPRAGLOTTITIS AND TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS (TEN) SECONDARY TO IT'S TREATMENT IN A TEENAGE GIRL
pp. 10-10(1)
Authors: Jindal, L; Welgemoed, S; Smith, R; Dunn, S; Subiramanian, S; Gowdie, P; Cranswick, N

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P19: JUST A SPOONFUL OF COUGH SYRUP: A CASE OF PHOLCODINE HYPERSENSITIVITY
pp. 10-10(1)
Authors: Horgan, L; Knezevic, B; Klinken, E; Clarke, R; Sadleir, P; Platt, P; Bundell, C; Lucas, M

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P20: DOES CHLORHEXIDINE SPECIFIC IgE CROSS‐REACT WITH ALEXIDINE?
pp. 11-11(1)
Authors: Pichler, WJ; Buenter, A; Fernando, S; Wirth, N; Helbling, A; Glatz, M; Spoerl, D; Gupta, N; Hausmann, O

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P22: ANAPHYLAXIS RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ENHANCES EMERGENCY CARE OF ANAPHYLAXIS
pp. 11-11(1)
Authors: Rao, V; Batchelor, M; Hudson, P; Johannsen, H; Ziegler, C

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P24: DUAL EFFECT OF PHENYLEPHRINE TO IMPROVE CORONARY PERFUSION DURING ANAPHYLAXIS MANAGEMENT
pp. 12-12(1)
Authors: Tobias, Joseph S; Richards, Elizabeth; Ng, Chu Woon

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P25: THE COMBINED UTILITY OF EX VIVO IFN‐γ RELEASE ENZYME LINKED IMMUNOSPOT AND IN VIVO SKIN TESTING IN PATIENTS WITH ANTIBIOTIC ASSOCIATED SEVERE CUTANEOUS ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
pp. 12-12(1)
Authors: Trubiano, JA; Strautins, K; Redwood, AJ; Pavos, R; Konvinse, KC; Aung, AK; Thursky, KA; Slavin, MA; Lindsay Grayson, M; Phillips, EJ

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P28: ALLERGY TO CEPHALOSPORINS: NO BETA‐LACTAM CROSS‐REACTIVITY
pp. 13-13(1)
Authors: Yuson, C; Smith, W; Hissaria, P

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P30: CLINICAL VALIDATION OF A COMPONENT‐BASED MULTI‐PARAMETER LINE BLOT TEST FOR PEANUT ALLERGY
pp. 13-13(1)
Authors: Chua, I; Edwards, M; Liu, J; Out, M‐S; Spellenberg, M; O’Donnell, J

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P31: GOAT’S MILK ALLERGY ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF GOAT’S MILK SKIN PRODUCTS IN INFLAMMATORY SKIN CONDITIONS
pp. 13-14(2)
Authors: De Luca, J; Patel, M; Tran, Y; Unglik, G; Douglass, J

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P32: A NOVEL IMMUNOTHERAPEUTIC VACCINE TO MODULATE CYTOKINE RESPONSES OF ANTIGEN‐SPECIFIC CD4+ T CELLS IN PEANUT ALLERGY
pp. 14-14(1)
Authors: Eldi, P; Cooper, T; Liu, L; Howley, P; Smith, W; Hayball, J

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P33: ARE SCHOOLS BANNING NUTS? RESULTS FROM A POPULATION‐BASED SURVEY OF VICTORIAN SCHOOLS
pp. 14-14(1)
Authors: Field, M; Sasaki, M; Koplin, J; Sawyer, S; Tang, M; Dharmage, S; McWilliam, V; Pezic, A; Douglass, J; Allen, K

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P34: DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS IN RELATION TO CHALLENGE‐PROVEN INFANT COW’S MILK PROTEIN ALLERGY
pp. 15-15(1)
Authors: Gold, M; Omari, T; Abu‐Assi, R; Moore, D; Heine, R; Tobin, JM; McCall, L; Savage, K; Ferris, L; Kritas, S; Davidson, G

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P35: ACID‐BASED FORMULA WITH SYNBIOTICS MODIFIES GUT MICROBIOTA IN NON‐IGE MEDIATED COW’S MILK ALLERGIC INFANTS
pp. 15-15(1)
Authors: Fox, A; van Ampting, M; Nijhuis, MO; Wopereis, H; Butt, A; Peroni, D; Vandenplas, Y; Candy, D; Shah, N; West, C; Garssen, J; Knol, J; Harthoorn, L; Michaelis, L

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P36: ADVERSE IMPACT OF CHILD FOOD ALLERGIES ON CARER RELATIONSHIPS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
pp. 15-15(1)
Authors: Herweijer, G; Johannsen, H; Smith, A; Batchelor, M; Scott, A; Ryan, L; Ziegler, C

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P37: CARERS STRESSED AND BURDENED BY THEIR FOOD ALLERGIC CHILD’S ANAPHYLAXIS RISK
pp. 16-16(1)
Authors: Herweijer, G; Johannsen, H; Smith, A; Batchelor, M; Scott, A; Ryan, L; Ziegler, C

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P38: HELP THE CHILD, HELP THE CARER: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF CARING FOR A CHILD WITH FOOD ALLERGIES
pp. 16-16(1)
Authors: Herweijer, G; Johannsen, H; Smith, A; Batchelor, M; Scott, A; Ryan, L; Ziegler, C

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P39: PARENTS STRESSED BY THEIR CHILD’S RISK OF ALLERGIC REACTIONS IN THE CARE OF OTHERS
pp. 16-16(1)
Authors: Herweijer, G; Johannsen, H; Smith, A; Batchelor, M; Scott, A; Ryan, L; Ziegler, C

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P41: A CASE REPORT OF MYCOPROTEIN ALLERGY
pp. 17-17(1)
Authors: Dzeladini, L; Chan, D; Kummerow, M

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P43: FOOD ALLERGY BUT NOT SENSITISED TOLERANCE ASSOCIATES WITH SUBSEQUENT ASTHMA
pp. 17-18(2)
Authors: Gray, L; Leong, O; O’Hely, M; Collier, F; Ranganathan, S; Sly, P; Tang, M; Allen, K; Vuillermin, P

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P45: FALTERING GROWTH AND FEEDING DISORDERS IN THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF LIFE IN FOOD ALLERGIC CHILDREN
pp. 18-18(1)
Authors: Marchand, B; Smith, A; Johannsen, H; Horwood, C; Ziegler, C

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P47: PAEDIATRIC OBSERVED FOOD CHALLENGES IN NEW ZEALAND: A CASE FOR DIVERSIFYING CARE
pp. 18-19(2)
Authors: Preece, K; Ang, M; Brothers, S; Craig, A; Sinclair, J; Smolnicki, M; Sutherland, M; Smiley, R; Townend, T

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P49: ARE TIME‐TREND DATA SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCED BY IMPROVEMENT IN DIAGNOSING ANAPHYLAXIS OVER TIME?
pp. 19-19(1)
Authors: Rueter, K; Ta, B; Bear, N; Borland, ML; Lucas, M; Prescott, SL

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P51: REVIEW OF THE USE OF ARENALINE AUTOINJECTORS (AAI) IN NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SCHOOLS IN TERMS 1 AND 2 2017
pp. 20-20(1)
Authors: Tyquin, B; Ford, L; Hollinshead, K; Mulligan, K; Treloar, M; Campbell, D

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P52: 250 K: A YOUTH ALLERGY AWARENESS PROJECT BY THE NATIONAL ALLERGY STRATEGY
pp. 20-20(1)
Authors: Vale, S; Loh, R; Smith, J; Aiken, J; Salter, S; Said, M

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P53: ADDRESSING FOOD ALLERGY IN FOOD SERVICE: THE NATIONAL ALLERGY STRATEGY FOOD SERVICE PROJECT
pp. 20-20(1)
Authors: Vale, S; Grinter, K; Smith, J; Aiken, J; Voukelatos, S; Said, M

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P54: PREVENTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD ALLERGY: IMPLEMENTING NEW ASCIA GUIDELINES FOR INFANT FEEDING
pp. 21-21(1)
Authors: Vale, S; Smith, J; Said, M; Joshi, P; Allen, K; Loh, R

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P55: TELL ME ABOUT YOUR HAY FEVER: A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE PATIENT PERSPECTIVES OF ALLERGIC RHINITIS
pp. 21-21(1)
Authors: Cvetkovski, B; Yan, K; Kritikos, V; Bosnic‐Anticevich, S

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P56: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AUSPOLLEN PARTNERSHIP PROJECT AND PRE‐EVALUATION SURVEY OF USER PERCEPTION OF THE VALUE OF LOCAL POLLEN INFORMATION
pp. 21-21(1)
Authors: Medek, D; Katelaris, C; Erbas, B; Lampugnani, ER; Newbiggin, E; Haberle, S; Huete, A; Beggs, PJ; Ebert, B; van Klinken, R; Davies, JM

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P57: REVIEW OF EVIDENCE AND GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE ON THUNDERSTORM ASTHMA EPIDEMICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
pp. 22-22(1)
Authors: Davies, JM; Erbas, B; Simunovic, M; Al Kouba, J; Milic, A

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P58: DUPILUMAB EFFICACY AND EFFECT ON ASTHMA CONTROL IN PATIENTS WITH UNCONTROLLED PERSISTENT ASTHMA AND COMORBID CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS WITH OR WITHOUT NASAL POLYPS
pp. 22-22(1)
Authors: Katelaris, CH; Maspero, JF; Jayawardena, S; Rowe, P; Maroni, J; Pirozzi, G; Amin, N; NMH, Graham; Mannent, L; Teper, A

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P59: PATTERNS OF GRASS POLLEN SENSITISATION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
pp. 22-22(1)
Authors: Le, A; Yuson, C; Kette, F

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P61: HAY FEVER SUFFERERS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT RHINOLIGHT™
pp. 23-23(1)
Authors: Bekir, S; Paudel, B

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P62: COTININE LEVEL IS ASSOCIATED WITH ASTHMA SEVERITY IN PASSIVE SMOKER CHILDREN
pp. 23-23(1)
Authors: Perveen, I; Sehar, S; Naz, I; Ahmed, S

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P63: ETHNICITY AND ATOPY: THE PREVALENCE OF RHINITIS AND OTHER ALLERGY AMONGST PATIENTS WITH EPIDEMIC THUNDERSTORM ASTHMA
pp. 23-24(2)
Authors: Rangamuwa, K; Ruane, L; Barnes, S; Young, A; Bardin, P; Thien, F

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P64: PATTERNS OF AEROALLERGEN SENSITISATION IN ATOPIC CHILDREN IN NSW
pp. 24-24(1)
Authors: Swamy, S; Dai, D; Gao, Q; Campbell, DE

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P65: EARLY AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE WITH THE USE OF A 12‐SQ HDM IMMUNOTHERAPY TABLET
pp. 24-24(1)
Authors: Zubrinich, C; Rimmer, J; Smith, P; Tattersall, J; Harvey, R; Katelaris, C

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P66: ALLERGIC REACTION TO BOVINE GELATIN COLLOID: THE ROLE OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN E TOWARDS GALACTOSE‐ALPHA‐1,3‐GALACTOSE: IMPLICATIONS BEYOND RED MEAT ALLERGIES
pp. 24-24(1)
Authors: Bakhtiar, MF; Leong, KW; Kwok, FY; Hui, MT; Tang, MM; Joseph, CT; Bathumana‐Appan, PP; Nagum, AR; ZHM, Yadzir; Murad, S

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P67: LONG‐TERM MANAGEMENT OF MODERATE‐TO‐SEVERE ATOPIC DERMATITIS WITH DUPILUMAB AND CONCOMITANT TOPICAL CORTICOSTEROIDS: A 1‐YEAR RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO‐CONTROLLED PHASE 3 TRIAL (CHRONOS)
pp. 25-25(1)
Authors: Blauvelt, A; Gooderham, M; Foley, P; CEM, Griffiths; Cather, JC; de Bruin‐Weller, M; Zhu, X; Akinlade, B; NMH, Graham; Pirozzi, G; Shumel, B

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P71: USE OF MEDICALERTS DEVICES BY HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN THE COMMUNICATION OF ALLERGY
pp. 26-26(1)
Authors: Loprete, J; Foreman, C; Le, T‐TA; Katelaris, CH; Smith, W

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P72: GENE PROFILING STUDIES DEMONSTRATE THE ROLE OF INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSES IN ALLOPURINOL‐INDUCED SEVERE CUTANEOUS ADVERSE REACTIONS.
pp. 26-26(1)
Authors: Van Nguyen, D; Vidal, C; Chi, HC; NTQ, Do; Nguyen, NN; HTT, Nguyen; Nguyen, NT; TTL, Tran; Fulton, R; Li, J; Fernando, SL

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P73: CONTACT ALLERGY TO HAIR DYES (P‐PHENYLENEDIAMINE): A PRELIMINARY REPORT
pp. 26-27(2)
Authors: Perveen, I; Sehar, S; Naz, I; Ahmed, S

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P76: HEREDITARY ANGIOEDEMA ATTACK PROPHYLAXIS MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIAN PATIENTS.
pp. 27-27(1)
Authors: Katelaris, CH; Perram, F; Burton, P

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P77: STRENGTHENING ACCESS CRITERIA FOR IMMUNOGLOBULIN IN AUSTRALIA
pp. 28-28(1)
Authors: Roberts, J; Cameron, J; Wall, L; Wicks, N; Hetzel, P; Stone, M

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P79: INFECTED DERMATITIS ASSOCIATED WITH HTLV‐1: A COPYCAT FOR CHILDHOOD CUTANEOUS CONDITIONS
pp. 28-28(1)
Authors: Marchand, B; Rudaks, D; Gold, M; Chan, D; Quinn, P

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P80: INTUSSCEPTION: A NOVEL PRESENTATION OF ACTIVATED PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3‐KINASE‐Δ (PI3KΔ) SYNDROME (APDS)
pp. 28-29(2)
Authors: Gold, M; Chan, D; Marchand, B; Dzeladini, L; King, J; Cheung, A; Quinn, P

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P82: A NATIONAL AUDIT OF HEREDITARY AND AQUIRED ANGIOEDEMA IN NEW ZEALAND
pp. 29-29(1)
Authors: Lindsay, K; Flanagan, P; Fitzharris, P; Jordan, A

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P84: COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY DUE TO DEFICIENCY OF ACTINRELATED PROTEIN COMPLEX 1B (ARPC1B)
pp. 29-30(2)
Authors: Quinn, P; Pearson, C; Cheung, A; King, J; Chan, D; Marchand, B; Rudaks, D; Quach, A; Ferrante, A; Gold, M

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P87: USE OF RITUXIMAB TO TREAT MOOREN’S ULCER
pp. 30-31(2)
Authors: Benwell, N; McLean‐Tooke, A

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P88: ANTI‐HMGCR ANTIBODIES ARE THE MOST COMMON MYOSITIS‐SPECIFIC AUTOANTIBODY (MSA) FOUND IN SERA REFERRED TO NEW ZEALAND (NZ) MEDICAL LABORATORIES IN 2015/16
pp. 31-31(1)
Authors: Chua, I; Keating, P; van Voorthuizen, M; Liu, J; Soepnel, A; Gumbley, E; Spellerberg, M; O’Donnell, J

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P91: NOVEL TREATMENT OF RECURRENT RESPIRATORY PAPILLOMATOSIS
pp. 31-32(2)
Authors: Marchand, B; Gold, M; Quinn, P; Chan, D

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P92: IgG4 RELATED DISEASE: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA
pp. 32-32(1)
Authors: Pucar, PA; Nolan, J; Hissaria, P

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P93: ANTITHYMOCYTE GLOBULIN FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHECKPOINT INHIBITOR MEDIATED MYOCARDITIS
pp. 32-32(1)
Authors: Ange, N; LM, McDowall; Yun, J; Chia, KKM; Fernando, SL

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CGR 1: DRESS‐ED TO KILL
pp. 34-34(1)
Authors: Foreman, C; Yuson, C; Hissaria, P

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CGR 2: IT TAKES MORE THAN SPECIFIC IgE TO DEVELOP CLINICAL ALLERGY
pp. 34-34(1)
Authors: Le, A; Eldi, P; Hissaria, P

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CGR 3: “I’VE GOT BLISTERS ON ME FINGERS!”
pp. 34-34(1)
Authors: Trivedi, A; Murad, A

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CGR 4: HEREDITARY ‘ANAPHYLAXIS’
pp. 34-34(1)
Author: Yuson, C

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CGR 6: A CURIOUS CASE OF PERIODIC FEVERS, AVASCULAR NECROSIS AND INFLAMMATORY NODULES
pp. 35-35(1)
Authors: Anantharajah, A; Khoo, K; Downes, M; Cook, M

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CGR 5: AN UNEXPECTED DIAGNOSIS…
pp. 35-35(1)
Author: Ainsworth, J

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CGR 8: A NOVEL CASE FEATURING AN IgE PARAPROTEIN ASSOCIATED WITH FAMILIAL MEDITERRANEAN FEVER
pp. 35-36(2)
Authors: Jang, HS; Fulton, RB; Kaufman, A; Fernando, SL

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CGR 11: NOT JUST LUPUS
pp. 36-36(1)
Authors: Pucar, PA; Hissaria, P

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CGR 9: OUT ON A LIMB: AN UNUSUAL CASE OF VASCULITIS
pp. 36-36(1)
Authors: Knezevic, B; McLean‐Tooke, A

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CGR 12: ANTI MDA‐5 IN A PAEDIATRIC POPULATION
pp. 36-37(2)
Author: Selvarajah, S

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CPID 1: TESTING OCKHAM'S RAZOR
pp. 38-38(1)
Authors: Ahn, Y; Ameratunga, R

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CPID 4: A CASE OF RECURRENT ONYCHOMYCOSIS WITHOUT AUTOIMMUNITY
pp. 38-38(1)
Authors: Lee, W‐I; Watson, A; Chand, R; Lam, W; Cook, M

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CPID 5: I’VE GOT THE BLUES
pp. 38-39(2)
Authors: McNaughton, P; Peake, J

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CPID 6: ACUTE PRE‐B LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKAEMIA IN A PATIENT WITH X‐LINKED AGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA
pp. 39-39(1)
Authors: Pumar, M; Fong, CY; Aui, PM; van Zelm, MC; Bosco, J

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CPID 7: FAULTY CHANNELS
pp. 39-39(1)
Authors: Swamy, S; Hsu, P

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Author Index
pp. 40-42(3)

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