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Short-term lower leg growth in asthmatic children treated with inhaled beta2-agonists

Short-term lower leg growth in asthmatic children treated with inhaled beta2-agonists

Annals of Human Biology 33(2): 135-141

Background: Knemometry studies of growth suppressive effects of inhaled glucocorticoids in children with asthma usually allow participating children to use concomitant inhaled beta(2)- agonists.

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Accession: 012554851

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PMID: 16684688

DOI: 10.1080/03014460500466879

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