Toux chronique de l’enfant

  title={Toux chronique de l’enfant},
  author={M. B. Pradal and K. Retornaz and A. Poisson},
  journal={Revue Des Maladies Respiratoires},
  pages={743 - 762}
Résumé Introduction La toux chronique de l’enfant bien que moins fréquente que les toux répétées liées aux infections virales reste un problème diagnostique parfois difficile à résoudre. États des connaissances La majorité des auteurs estiment que sa durée doit être supérieure à trois semaines. Peu d’études ont été consacrées au diagnostic étiologique de la… 
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