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Medical Dialogues Highlights Dixon Study on Physiological Phenotypes of Asthma in Obesity

April 30, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson

(APRIL 30, 2023) According to Medical Dialogues, a new study by pulmonologist Anne Dixon, B.M.B.Ch., professor and interim chair of medicine, and colleagues has found that people with asthma and obesity have significant dysfunction in the distal airways at baseline that worsens with methacholine.

Anne Dixon, B.M.B.Ch.

(APRIL 30, 2023) According to Medical Dialogues, a new study by pulmonologist Anne Dixon, B.M.B.Ch., professor and interim chair of medicine, and colleagues investigating physiological phenotypes of asthma in obesity has found that people with asthma and obesity have significant dysfunction in the distal airways at baseline that worsens with methacholine. The study was published in the journal CHEST.

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