Allergy and Immunology encompasses a wide array of conditions, ranging from rare diseases such as primary immunodeficiencies to more common disorders such as asthma and allergic rhinitis. This rotation guide covers key areas in Allergy and Immunology that will help you care for pediatric patients with allergic and immunologic disorders.
The following topics (or conditions) are addressed in this rotation guide:
Other relevant topics in Allergy and Immunology are covered in the following rotation guides:
The following image is an overview of the major cell types involved in immune responses and key functions of these cells.
Principal Cells of the Immune System
For a brief history of allergy and immunology, click here.
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