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A 1-year-old boy was admitted because of fever, cough, and recurrent wheezing. He had a transient history of wheezing at birth. After moving to solid food at 6 months of age, difficulty in feeding, noisy breathing, and stridor occurred. His mother suffered from allergic rhinitis, and his cousin suffered from atopic dermatitis. The patient showed apparent expiratory wheezing, and was diagnosed with asthma and bronchitis. He was treated for …
This is a reprint of a paper that fi rst appeared in BMJ Case Reports, BMJ Case Reports 2010; doi:10.1136/bcr.10.2009.2341.
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