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Zusammenfassung

Es kann nicht die Rede davon sein, im Rahmen der zur Verfügung stehenden Zeit, ein vollständiges Bild der heutigen Möglichkeiten der Allergiediagnose in vitro darzustellen. Statt eine lange Liste immunologischer Teste vorzubringen, möchte ich mich eher auf einige konkrete Fragen beschränken, die für den Allergologen, den Dermatologen und den Allgemeinmediziner von täglicher praktischer Bedeutung sind. In den letzten 10 Jahren haben sich unsere Möglichkeiten, durch immunologische Teste in vitro eine Allergiediagnose zu stellen, wesentlich erweitert. Immerhin bestehen noch zwischen theoretischen Möglichkeiten und der alltäglichen Praxis erhebliche Lücken.

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  • Alain L. de Weck

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