Occupational asthma caused by iroko wood

J Azofra, J M Olaguibel


We report on a patient with occupational asthma caused by iroko. BPT induced an early and late response with a long recovery period, and absence of inhibition on pretreatment with cromoglycate and beclomethasone. Three months after leaving his job, the patient was symptom-free, but non-specific bronchial hyperreactivity was still demonstrated.


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