Diagnosed and possible undiagnosed asthma: a Wisconsin Research Network (WREN) study / 13

Hahn DL, Beasley JW
J Fam Pract 1994; 38:373-379***
In 1994 the asthma referral specialist literature contained statements such as “…asthma begins in childhood.” The experience of primary care physicians was quite different but had never been published. This practice-based study measured the prevalence of adult-onset asthma and, consistent with population-based epidemiological studies, found that adult-onset asthma was as common as childhood-onset asthma.

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