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What is Virus-induced asthma?

What is Virus-induced asthma?

  • Virus-induced asthma: Virus-induced asthma refers to inflammation and constriction of the airways that is triggered by a viral respiratory infection. This form of asthma usually has a sudden onset and is relatively severe. Viral respiratory infections can also exacerbate existing asthma symptoms.

Virus-induced asthma: Introduction

Types of Virus-induced asthma:

Broader types of Virus-induced asthma:

How serious is Virus-induced asthma?

Prognosis of Virus-induced asthma: The prognosis varies depending on how quickly the patient recovers from the virus and the individual severity of symptoms.
Complications of Virus-induced asthma: see complications of Virus-induced asthma

What causes Virus-induced asthma?

Causes of Virus-induced asthma: see causes of Virus-induced asthma

What are the symptoms of Virus-induced asthma?

Symptoms of Virus-induced asthma: see symptoms of Virus-induced asthma

Complications of Virus-induced asthma: see complications of Virus-induced asthma

Onset of Virus-induced asthma: any age

Virus-induced asthma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Virus-induced asthma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Virus-induced asthma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Virus-induced asthma: Allergist/Immunologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Virus-induced asthma.
Treatments for Virus-induced asthma: see treatments for Virus-induced asthma
Research for Virus-induced asthma: see research for Virus-induced asthma

Name and Aliases of Virus-induced asthma

Main name of condition: Virus-induced asthma

Other names or spellings for Virus-induced asthma:

Virus related asthma


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