Bronchial reactivity in Western red cedar induced asthma

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine
R D HamiltonJ H Alpers

Abstract

A patient with Western red cedar induced asthma is described. The diagnosis was confirmed by a bronchial challenge with Western red cedar saw dust and the subsequent prolonged bronchial reactivity changes were measured using histamine inhalation tests.

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Sep 1, 1987·Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing·M MalíkA J Camm
Nov 1, 1983·Allergy·C SecherN Mygind

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