Clinical Assessment of the Patient with Pulmonary Disease
Great care should be taken to elicit a history of cough. Many patients do not readily admit to coughing or may be unaware of its importance. Coughing is considered apart of a “normal” daily life by some individuals. Worsening of a chronic cough may be a clue to the development of new disease. The most common causes of cough are
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