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The Dutch hypothesis (chronic non-specific lung disease) revisited.
In 1961 the hypothesis (later referred to as the Dutch Hypothesis (DH)) was put forward that asthma, chronic bronchitis and emphysema should be considered as different expressions of one diseaseExpand
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Immediate and late bronchial obstructive reactions to inhalation of house dust and protective effects of disodium cromoglycate and prednisolone.
Abstract The immediate and late obstructive reactions after house dust inhalation were studied in 10 patients with reversible obstructive lung disease. The immediate obstructive reactions were of theExpand
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Definition and Classification of Asthma
The history of the semantics of generalized reversible airway obstruction, “asthma,” is rather complex, but perhaps this is not so surprising. There are few conditions in which so many variables,Expand
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Pulmonary arteriovenous fistula. Diagnosis and prognosis in noncomplainant patients.
Data are reported on 27 patients with pulmonary arteriovenous fistula; 18 were mem­ bers of one family who were suffering from hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia. Only 2 patients had consultedExpand
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Protection tests on bronchial allergen challenge with disodium cromoglycate and thiazinamium.
Abstract The efficacy of the new antiallergic drug, disodium cromoglycate, has been studied with protection tests on bronchial allergen challenge in 17 patients with reversible obstructive lungExpand
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Growth of Aspergillus in the human lung. Aspergilloma and aspergillosis.
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Distribution of histamine threshold values in a random population.
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