Asthma, Volume 1

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Peter J. Barnes
Lippincott-Raven, 1997 - Asthma - 2183 pages
Edited by four of the world's leading pulmonary medicine investigators, this reference provides clinicians and researchers with a comprehensive and in-depth resource on asthma. With increasing incidence, prevalence and mortality in many parts of the world, asthma continues to perplex the medical community. Despite an improved and expanded understanding of the epidemiology and pathobiology of this common clinical syndrome, and the many precise and targeted therapies, asthma remains a challenge. The myths, facts, research and future of asthma and its management are all examined.

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Expensive, but the core resource in the field. It offers a comprehensive overview, incorporating current information related to asthma's pathobiology and clinical aspects. The 148 chapters range from ... Read full review


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