Dr. Elena R Reece MD
Allergist and Immunologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Allergy/Immunology2041 Georgia Ave Nw Washington DC, 20060
Dr. Elena Reece practices Pediatric Allergy Medicine in Washington, DC. A pediatric allergist/immunologist finds and treats allergies and immune system problems that child patients suffer from. Dr. Reece treats the reactions caused by pet dander, pollen, dust, mold spores, insect stings, food, and medications; those reactions include asthma, hay fever, hives, eczema, or a very severe and unusual reaction called anaphylaxis.
Education and Training
New York Medical College 1968
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
Allergy and ImmunologyAmerican Board of Allergy and ImmunologyABAI
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Evaluating a dental patient for local anesthesia allergy.
- Leiner's disease associated with diminished third component of complement.
- Bone marrow transplantation in lymphomatoid granulomatosis. Report of a case.
- Multiple herpetic whitlows in a child performing self-monitoring of blood glucose.
- Syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone in enteroviral meningitis.
- Lymphoma after thymus transplantation.
- Epstein-Barr virus in a malignant lymphoproliferative disorder of B-cells occurring after thymic epithelial transplantation for combined immunodeficiency.
- Haemophilus influenzae type b meningitis: occurrence in three siblings over a two-year period.
- Depressed T cells following neonatal steroid treatment.
- NIH conference. Asthma.
- Contact Dermatitis
- Hay Fever (allergic Rhinitis)
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (copd)
- Allergic Reaction
- Hives (urticaria)
- Immunology at SUNY Downstate University Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY
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- Can Sinusitis Cause Vomiting?
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- How Is Lupus Diagnosed?
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- Why Do Some Vaccines Have to Be Injected Twice?
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- When Is Allergy Season?
Allergy season would mainly depend on the underlying factor of what individuals are allergic to and where they live. If an individual is suffering from a seasonal allergy or hay fever, then tree pollens could trigger the allergic reaction in the season of spring or late winter. If you are allergic...
- Cold vs. Allergy: How to Tell the Difference
It is very common to assume that anyone with the sniffles is contagious. Very often, however, those sniffles are not linked to anything contagious at all--they can be related to other factors. The first thought of many individuals when they suffer from a runny nose, nasal congestion, coughing, or...
- Are Food Allergies More Common in Children Than we Thought?
The results of a large study published in the journal Pediatrics, has shown that childhood food allergies are more common and dangerous than previously thought. In this study, researchers conducted a detailed survey of about 38,000 families who had at least one child under the age of 18-years-old....