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Tracheitis: Sources and notes

- Breslin ABX, Ing AJ. Chronic cough: A guide to evaluation and management. Medicine Today. 2002; 3 (4): 16-26.
- Durieux P. Atmospheric pollution and respiratory diseases. Paris: EMC Lung; 1989: 4p.
- Hoffstein V. Persistent cough in non smoker Can Resp J. 1994; 1: 40-7.
- Holgate ST. Genetic and environmental interaction in allergy and asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1999.

Author: Elide Achille
Expert consultant: Dr. Anne Prud'homme, pulmonologist at Bigorre Hospital (Tarbes).

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