The clinical and laboratory details of 10 patients with predominantly immunological problems were circulated to selected physicians in different forms of hospital practice. In general, these physicians would prefer to select their own immunological tasks and could get these performed in their clinical pathology laboratories or regional immunology centres. Immunologists are seen predominantly as laboratory-based advisers rather than clinicians responsible for the care of such patients.
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