Psychogenic Cough & Asthma and Chinese Medicine

Flaws, Bob
January 2003
Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients;Jan2003, Issue 234, p40
Assesses the effectiveness of Chinese medicine for the treatment of psychogenic cough and asthma. Association of psychogenic cough with emotional and psychological problems; Prevalence of habit cough in children; Family or social pressure underlying the cough.


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