Advances in Asthmology 1990: Proceedings of the XIIIth World Congress of Asthmology, Held in Maebashi, Japan, 21-25 October 1990
Over 400 scientific and clinical presentations were presented during the XIIIth World Congress of Asthmology, covering most of the important topics in pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy of asthma. These proceedings consist of manuscripts received from invited lectures, plenary and concurrent symposia, along with some selected papers. Various issues have been dealt with, providing the reader with up-to-date knowledge on the latest research and clinical experience in the field of asthmology.
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Bronchoalveolar lavage and bronchial biopsy in asthma
Eosinophils respiratory epithelium
Pharmacology of eosinophils
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