Asymptomatic bronchial hyperresponsiveness to exercise in childhood and the development of asthma related symptoms in young adulthood: the Odense Schoolchild Study

Rasmussen, Finn; Lambrechtsen, Jess; Siersted, Hans Christian; Hansen, Henrik Steen; Hansen, Niels-Christian
July 1999
Thorax;Jul1999, p587
Academic Journal
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