Quantitative sputum cell counts as a marker of airway inflammation in clinical practice.

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW Bronchitis, meaning airway inflammation, is an important component of airway disease. Yet respirologists and allergists, who have stressed the importance of measurements of airway function, have been slow to introduce airway inflammation measurements into clinical practice. Of the measurements available, quantitative sputum cell counts… (More)

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@article{Hargreave2007QuantitativeSC, title={Quantitative sputum cell counts as a marker of airway inflammation in clinical practice.}, author={Frederick E. Hargreave}, journal={Current opinion in allergy and clinical immunology}, year={2007}, volume={7 1}, pages={102-6} }