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Niimi, A; Mishima, M.; Domenech, J.; Asquier, E.; Diot, P.; Nakata, K.
July 2003
Thorax;Jul2003, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p646
Academic Journal
Responds to the comments made on the article pertaining to impaired cough reflex in patients with recurrent pneumonia. Insensitivity to tussive stimuli; Role of cough reflex impairment in the development of recurrent pneumonia.


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