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Методы диагностики профессиональной бронхиальной астмы, место тестов специфической бронхиальной провокации в диагностическом алгоритме заболевания

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Г. Поли
Университетский Центр Страсбурга

Клиника пульмонологии Лайннэк

Д. Г. Солдатов
Российский Государственный Медицинский Университет

М. К. Копфершмитт-Кюблер
Университетский Центр Страсбурга

Клиника пульмонологии Лайннэк

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Для цитирования:

Поли Г., Солдатов Д.Г., Копфершмитт-Кюблер М.К. Методы диагностики профессиональной бронхиальной астмы, место тестов специфической бронхиальной провокации в диагностическом алгоритме заболевания. Пульмонология. 1994;(4):87-93.

For citation:

Poli G., Soldatov D.G., Kopfersmidt-Kubler M.K. Methods of the occupational bronchial asthma (OBA) diagnostics. The role of the specific bronchial challenges in the diagnostic algorithm of OBA. PULMONOLOGIYA. 1994;(4):87-93. (In Russ.)

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