L-Tryptophan Induced Cough and Pleural Effusions Associated with the Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrome

@inproceedings{Benjamin2006LTryptophanIC,
  title={L-Tryptophan Induced Cough and Pleural Effusions Associated with the Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrome},
  author={Daniel J. Benjamin and L Pincus Aaron},
  year={2006}
}
Communications to the Editor are basically in agreement with his statements, we feel a few comments are in order. The extremely high rate of specific benign diagnoses reported by Khouri et al’ from needle biopsies of lung nodules is not the experience of most practitioners, and is probably due to their unique expertise, as well as the fact that in most instances they used an 18 or 20 ga needle to obtain a core of tissue for histologic evaluation, rather than aspiration by a 22 ga needle for… CONTINUE READING

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