Pediatric Allergy and Immunology

The prevalence of allergic disorders has risen over the last several decades leading to significant morbidity and cost burden. Given the increasing rate of these diseases, current knowledge of the diagnosis and management of common allergic and immunologic conditions is essential for all primary care providers. This issue of Pediatric Annals provides evidence-based review articles of several common allergic and immunologic presentations including food allergy, angioedema, allergic rhinitis, and primary immune defects.
The current prevalence of food allergy to at least one food in children is

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