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Effects of Pollenosis on the Lower Airway
Purpose:Effects of pollenosis on the lower airway were investigated in patients positive for specific nasal provocation test with Japanese cedar, cock's foot grass, and/or ragweed pollens. Subjects and Methods:The present study enrolled twenty-three, seven, and nine patients who were positive for Japanese cedar pollen provocation, sneezed in response to Japanese cedar pollen provocation, and were positive for cock's foot grass (7 patients) and ragweed (2 patients) pollen provocation,doi:10.5631/jibirin.96.273 fatcat:uuzymubccffpfgl3dvqptkryq4