Inducible laryngeal obstruction in asthma

A. Rogde (Bergen, Norway), S. Lehmann (Bergen, Norway), H. Clemm (Bergen, Norway), O. Røksund (Bergen, Norway), H. Kvidaland (Bergen, Norway), T. Halvorsen (Bergen, Norway), M. Vollsaeter (Bergen, Norway), T. Andersen (Bergen, Norway)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Severe asthma: evaluation using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and biomarkers, comorbidities and treatments

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