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|Title:||Imaging in Severe Asthma|
Brightling, Christopher E.
|Publisher:||European Respiratory Society (ERS)|
|Citation:||Gupta, S.; Raj, V.; Castro, M.; Brightling, C.E., ‘Imaging in severe asthma’ in Chung, K.F.; Bel, E.H.; Wenzel, S.E. (eds) Difficult-to-Treat Severe Asthma (Copyright © 2011 European Respiratory Society), pp. 160-181|
|Abstract:||Imaging plays an important role is assessment of severe asthma. A gamut of new imaging technologies that have emerged in recent years allow non-invasive, comprehensive anatomical and functional assessment of the lungs. This has contributed to a better understanding of pathophysiology in severe asthma, as well as effective assessment of appropriate treatment options. [Taken from the Introduction]|
|Series/Report no.:||European Respiratory Society Monograph;51|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2011 European Respiratory Society.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Books & Book Chapters, Dept. of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation|
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