Is It Truly an Allergy? Making the Differential Diagnosis
Description: Inderpal Randhawa, MD discusses the prevalence of allergic diseases in the US and how diagnostic testing can help clinicians make an accurate diagnosis of allergic and non-allergic conditions to guide appropriate therapeutic interventions. Contains a number of case studies.
Learning objectives — at the conclusion of this program participants will be able to:
• Differentiate allergic from non-allergic etiologies that present with similar symptoms
• Identify tools clinicians can use to aid in making the differential diagnosis
• Know when to refer, when to consult, and when patients can be treated in your practice