Medical mind map sources - Allergy Cases
The author of the maps that can be found at the links below is V. Dimov, M.D., Fellow, Creighton University Division of Allergy & Immunology. They were reviewed by S. Randhawa, M.D., Fellow, LSU (Shreveport) Department of Allergy & Immunology. Endorsed by the AAAAI and the ACAAI.
This article focuses only on the mind maps, but there is extensive reference information included on the allergycases.org web pages with the mind maps.
In making use of these maps, you should evaluate the sources and decide whether you can rely on their accuracy and completeness. Be aware that WikIT does not endorse or validate the maps and our editors are not qualified to do so.
This article is one in a series relating to the main one on the topic: Medical profession’s use of mind mapping
- 1 Mind Maps by Disease
- 1.1 Introduction to Allergic Diseases
- 1.2 Indoor Allergen Avoidance
- 1.3 Asthma
- 1.4 Immunomodulators for allergic disorders
- 1.5 Other Pulmonary Disorders
- 1.6 Allergic Rhinitis
- 1.7 Allergic Conjunctivitis
- 1.8 Food Allergy
- 1.9 Urticaria
- 1.10 Eosinophilic Esophagitis
- 1.11 Anaphylaxis
- 1.12 Angioedema
- 1.13 Drug Hypersensitivity
- 1.14 Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders (PIDD)
- 2 Immunology Mind Maps
- 3 Medical Mind Maps with Google Docs
- 4 Useful related books
Mind Maps by Disease
Immunology Mind Maps
Medical Mind Maps with Google Docs
WikIT hopes to include more soon.
There are some useful books about mind mapping in
the medical profession with relevant mind maps.