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Comparative study of virological infections in asthmatic and nonasthmatic children

Acta Allergologica

Dec 1, 1975

D CernelcP Cernelc

PMID: 884

Abstract

The author shows complex analyses: clinical, laboratory, X-rays, bronchoscopical, bronchographical and measuring lung function tests as well as the serological examinations in blood serum of both groups of asthmatic and nonasthmatic children with virological infection. The calculation o...read more

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Klebsiella rhinoscleromatis
Serum
Pulmonary Function Tests
Lung Volume Measurements
Bacteria, Flesh-Eating
Radiographic Imaging Procedure
Respiratory Tract Structure
Pathology
Pharyngeal Structure
Respiratory System
Paper Details
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Comparative study of virological infections in asthmatic and nonasthmatic children

Acta Allergologica

Dec 1, 1975

D CernelcP Cernelc

PMID: 884

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Abstract

The author shows complex analyses: clinical, laboratory, X-rays, bronchoscopical, bronchographical and measuring lung function tests as well as the serological examinations in blood serum of both groups of asthmatic and nonasthmatic children with virological infection. The calculation o...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Klebsiella rhinoscleromatis
Serum
Pulmonary Function Tests
Lung Volume Measurements
Bacteria, Flesh-Eating
Radiographic Imaging Procedure
Respiratory Tract Structure
Pathology
Pharyngeal Structure
Respiratory System

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