Evaluation and outcome of patients with chronic non-productive cough using a comprehensive diagnostic protocol

McGarvey, L. P. A.; Heaney, L. G.; Lawson, J. T.; Johnston, B. T.; Scally, C. M.; Ennis, M.; Shepherd, D. R. T.; MacMahon, J.
September 1998
Thorax;Sep1998, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p738
Academic Journal
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