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Journal Articles Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir Year : 1987

The relevance of hyperresponsiveness but not of atopy to FEV1 decline. Preliminary results in a working population.

Abstract

Five-year FEV1 decline in 329 working men was shown to be significantly related only among eversmokers to methacholine bronchial hyperresponsiveness (assessed at the end of follow-up), allergic rhinitis and rhinitis induced by cold air, independent of asthma and FEV1 level. Positive skin prick test was not associated with FEV1 decline.
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hal-00596557 , version 1 (27-05-2011)

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I. Annesi, F. Neukirch, E. Orvoen-Frija, M. P. Oryszczyn, M. Korobaeff, et al.. The relevance of hyperresponsiveness but not of atopy to FEV1 decline. Preliminary results in a working population.. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir, 1987, 23 (4), pp.397-400. ⟨hal-00596557⟩
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