Thorax at 60

Tattersfield, A. E.
December 2006
Thorax;Dec2006, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p1019
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the papers that deal on respiratory medicine that the author have quoted most widely in discussions and teaching. These include the bronchodilator responsiveness in patients with obstructive ventilatory defects, detection of cyanosis through reduced hemoglobin concentration, and the psychosocial effects of neonatal screening for somatic mutations.


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