allergist


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allergist

 [al´er-jist]
a physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic conditions.

al·ler·gist

(al'er-jist),
One who specializes in the treatment of allergies.

allergist

(ăl′ər-jĭst)
n.
A physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies.

allergist

A physician who is often trained in both internal medicine and clinical immunology, and manages patients with allergies; allergists specialise in allergy-induced asthma, stings, bites and sinusitis.

allergist

Immunology A physician, who is often trained in both internal medicine and clinical immunology and who manages Pts with allergies Meat & potatoes diseases Allergy-induced asthma, stings, bites, sinusitis Salary $137K + 12% bonus

al·ler·gist

(al'ĕr-jist)
A health care specialist in the treatment of allergies.
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Work with your allergist and school staff to develop an action plan that lists foods your child is allergic to, treatment procedures and emergency contact information, the ACAAI advised.
Michael Pistiner, allergist and director of Food Allergy Advocacy, Education and Prevention at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, uses this strategy; one of his two children has life-threatening food allergies.
The allergist will ask about your medical history, the foods you eat, and the nature of your symptoms.
"This should never be ignored and they should seek an allergist's assistance.
Instead, these tips from allergists can help make any home friendlier to those with indoor allergies, dust mites included:
"I see patients like this every week," the allergist said.
We got to know the nurses at the allergist's office very, very well.
Tigana, then Yoan's coach at Bordeaux, stirred up a hornets' nest a couple of years back when he revealed in Le Parisien that his former Caen star was seeing an allergist over his problem.
I think the allergist can play a big role in helping comanage severe asthmatic patients," Dr.
(1) I am an allergist who completed my boards in 1987.
In the late 1940s, Herbert Rinkel, MD, a general allergist from Kansas City who was unhappy with the results in patients treated with the maximum tolerated dose regimen, visited Dr.