Influence of intranasal steroids during the grass pollen season on bronchial responsiveness in children and young adults with asthma and hay fever

Thio, B. J.; Slingerland, G. L. M.; Fredriks, A. M.; Nagelkerke, A. F.; Scheeren, R. A.; Neijens,, H. J.; Roord, J. J.; Dankert-Roelse, J. E.
October 2000
Thorax;Oct2000, p826
Academic Journal
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