Tokyo-Yokohama asthma. A review and some current concepts.

Abstract

Soon after the occupation of Japan, military physicians began recording an unusually large number of patients with asthma. Subsequent reports labeled the condition "Yokohama asthma" and called it a new environmental respiratory disease. It occurred in the Tokyo-Yokohama area, in previously healthy persons, from October to May during the time of the heaviest… (More)

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@article{Haycraft1966TokyoYokohamaAA, title={Tokyo-Yokohama asthma. A review and some current concepts.}, author={Rhonda Haycraft}, journal={California medicine}, year={1966}, volume={105 2}, pages={89-92} }