[Airway remodeling in asthma: mechanisms and therapeutic perspectives].

Abstract

Although asthma is classically defined as reversible airflow obstruction and often remits in younger subjects with milder disease, a proportion of asthmatics experience chronic symptoms, episodic exacerbations and persistent airway obstruction, despite the continuous use of beta 2-agonists, associated with high doses of inhaled/oral corticosteroids. These… (More)

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