Joseph I . Ameh

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BACKGROUND The severity of a patient's asthma and the intensity with which he describes his dyspnea do not correlate. OBJECTIVES There is an indirect relationship between airway function in asthma and the intensity of dyspnea; this relationship is found only when the measure of a patient's general tendency to exaggerate the intensity of any somatic(More)
drome (APLS) was first described in 1983,1 significant interest has been generated in this autoimmune disorder, largely because of its association with thrombo-occlusive events in virtually every organ system and the clinical sequelae of these thromboses. In patients with persistent elevation of their antiphospholipid antibody level, the major clinical(More)
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