Atemwegserkrankungen bei Kindern

  • E. V. Mutius

Zusammenfassung

Im Kindesalter stellen vorwiegend die chronisch-rezidivierende Bronchitis und das Asthma bronchiale umweltmedizinisch relevante Erkrankungen dar. Über Ätiologie und Zusammenhang mit Luftschadstoffbelastungen wird im folgenden berichtet.

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