Relationship between the inflammatory infiltrate in bronchial biopsy specimens and clinical severity of asthma in patients treated with inhaled steroids

Sont, J. K.; Han, J.; van Krieken, J. M.; Evertse, C. E.; Hooijer, R.; Willems, L. N.; Sterk, P. J.
May 1996
Thorax;May1996, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p496
Academic Journal
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