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What We Evaluate

The following allergic disorders are seen in our clinic, and we welcome the referral of patients to us for evaluation.

  1. Anaphylaxis
  2. Allergic asthma
  3. Allergic rhinitis/ Allergic conjunctivitis
  4. Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
  5. Food sensitivities
  6. Drug allergy or drug sensitivities
  7. Insect sting allergy
  8. Urticaria (hives)
  9. Angioedema (Allergic, idiopathic, hereditary angioedema)
  10. Latex allergy


The following references are provided for professional when they are considering referrals of their patients to allergy clinic.

  1. Allergy Testing in Children: Which test when?
    (Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians   2010;8:93-102)
  2. Allergic Rhinitis: Update on diagnosis
    (Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians     2012:11:129-133)
  3. Allergic Rhinitis: A review of therapeutic choices
    (Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians     2012;11:159-162)
  4. The wheezing child: Candidate for allergy work-up?
    (Huang SW. In The Journal of Respiratory Diseases. 1998;19:765-773)
  5. Study of skin rashes after antibiotic use in young children
    (Huang SW. Borum PR. Clin Pediatr 1998; 37:601-608)
  6. Mold allergy is a risk factor for persistent cold-like symptoms in children.
    (Huang SW, Kimbrough JW: Clin Pediatr 1997;36:695-700)
  7. The Risk of Sinusitis in Children with Allergic Rhinitis
    (Huang SW. Allergy and Asthma Proc 2000;21:85-88)
  8. The Risk of Adenoid Hypertrophy in children with allergic Rhinitis
    (Huang SW. Giannoni C. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2001;87:350-355)
  9. Follow-up of Chidlren with rhinitis and Cough associated with Milk Allergy.
    (Huang SW. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2007;18:81-85)
  10. Rapid diagnosis of Bacterial Sinusitis in Patients using  a simple test of Nasal Secretions.
    (Huang SW, Small PA. Allergy Asthma Proc 2008;29:640-643)