Clinical phenotypes of bronchial asthma in adult patients in the Stavropol region

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L V Shushanova

FGBO VO «Stavropol state medical university» Health Ministry of Russian Federation

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Stavropol, Russia

L Yu Barycheva

FGBO VO «Stavropol state medical university» Health Ministry of Russian Federation

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Stavropol, Russia

M M Minasyan

FGBO VO «Stavropol state medical university» Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Email: info@rusalljournal.ru
Stavropol, Russia

L V Dushina

FGBO VO «Stavropol state medical university» Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Email: info@rusalljournal.ru
Stavropol, Russia

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