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Protracted bacterial bronchitis and malacias: Which came first , the chicken or the egg?
M. Moreno, S. Castillo, C. Castaño, M. Trujillo, N. Sivó, A. Escribano (Valencia, Spain)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric bronchology
Paediatric lung diseases, Respiratory infections
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M. Moreno, S. Castillo, C. Castaño, M. Trujillo, N. Sivó, A. Escribano (Valencia, Spain). Protracted bacterial bronchitis and malacias: Which came first , the chicken or the egg?. Eur Respir J 2014; 44: Suppl. 58, 4654
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Antonio Martinez-Gimeno - 19.10.2014 18:15
This oral communication provides evidence for the association among protracted bacterial bronchitis and tracheo-brochomalacia in children, a very interesting association with important clinical implications. Very well presented.
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