Airway Hyperresponsiveness

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Airway hyperresponsiveness is an exaggerated propensity for airways to narrow too easily in response to a wide variety of stimuli. Airway hyperresponsiveness leads to clinical symptoms of wheezing and dyspnea after exposure to allergens, environmental irritants, viral infections, cold air, or exercise.

Glucocorticoids

GABAergic System

Bronchial Asthma