Lungenerkrankungen, Atemwegse rkrankungen und atopische Erkrankungen

  • Gailen D. Marshall

Zusammenfassung

Die Gesundheit des Bronchialbaumes, der sich von der Nasenoff nung bis zu den terminalen Alveolen erstreckt, ist fur das Wohlbefinden seines Wirts von kritischer Bedeutung. Atemwegsdysfunktionen im Rahmen einer durch Baumpollen verursachten unangenehmen Nasenverstopfung, einem Asthma auslosenden potenziell lebensbedrohlichen Bronchospasmus oder einer durch eine virale Lungenentzundung verursachten Alveolitis stellen ein wichtiges Gesundheitsproblem dar.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gailen D. Marshall
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  1. 1.Division of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Laboratory of Behavioral Immunology ResearchUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterJacksonUSA

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