Conceptos Actuales e Implicancias Económicas | 09 JUL 01

Asma Bronquial

Los conocimientos actuales indican que en el desarrollo de la atopía participan distintos aspectos que permiten sostener que se trata de una enfermedad sistémica con manifestaciones clínicas locales.
Autor: Dres. César Martín Bózzola y Hugo E. Neffen Fuente: Archivos de Alergia e Inmunología Clínica Archivos de Alergia e Inmunología Clínica

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