Neural mechanisms and axon reflexes in asthma. Where are we?

Abstract

For many years, asthma has been classified as a "neural" disease, with an imbalance between constrictor and dilator nerves being responsible for the symptomatology. Although, nowadays, asthma is recognized as an inflammatory disorder of the airways, neural mechanisms remain very important; axon reflexes, in particular, have received a lot of attention in… (More)

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