Should allergic reactions to radio-contrast media be investigated by an allergist?
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- Should allergic reactions to radio-contrast media be investigated by an allergist? Volume 40, Issue 5, 697–699, Article first published online: 1 March 2010
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There is a correction in an article published in a recent issue of Clinical & Experimental Allergy . In the online table of contents, abstract and full-text HTML versions of the article, single authorship was attributed to S. Nasser. However, in the online full-text PDF, printed table of contents, abstract and full-text versions of the article, authorship was attributed to both S. Nasser and P. Ewan. Authorship should have been attributed to S. Nasser only for all the online and printed versions of the article.
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