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Test Your Allergy Quotient

What is the best way to confirm anaphylaxis? Which antihistamine exposed new dangers of the drug-fruit juice interaction? What’s not to like about sublingual immunotherapy?  Test your knowledge of seasonal allergy management, here.

Source: Edna, Gil and Amit Cukierman, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pa.

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What do current guidelines recommend as first-line treatment for patients like 51-year-old TK? Check out these options.

The child is bright and alert and has no fever. The swelling is on the left side of the face only. Find other clues to a diagnosis in the accompanying video.

Watch this video taken during examination of the child. Listen as he cries. Is there a clue to the diagnosis?

The child’s episodic tantrum-like behavior and crying was only briefly soothed. Watch the video—is there a clue here to a diagnosis?

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When are antiviral drugs appropriate to treat "shingles" and what is the first-line treatment for post-infection pain?

Is this pruritic lesion just unsightly, or is it indicative of a dangerous condition? Test your acumen in this quiz.

At age 4 years, this young girl’s hair is falling out for the second time after growing back completely. She is otherwise healthy. Watch the video and make your diagnosis.

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