The shedding of the mucosa of the bronchial tree in asthma.

  title={The shedding of the mucosa of the bronchial tree in asthma.},
  author={Bernard Naylor},
In this paper a study is reported which indicates conclusively that excessive shedding of epithelium of the lower respiratory tract occurs dur;ng life in bronchial asthma, that it occurs especially during asthmatic attacks, and that this phenomenon is seen almost exclusively in this disease. Other observers have reported that sputa from asthmatics often contain large, well-circumscribed, compact clusters of columnar epithelial cells; they are quite distinctive. Von Hoesslin (1921) referred to… CONTINUE READING
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