Adults who develop asthma are said to have adult onset asthma. In many patients; however, the symptoms will disappear or are significantly reduced after .
In most cases, people develop asthma during childhood, though it can arise at any age. Asthma is a chronic lung disease that leads to problems breathing. In this article, we provide an overview of adult-onset asthma, including its possible causes, symptoms, and treatments.
When asthma symptoms appear and are diagnosed in adults older than age 20, it is typically known as adult-onset asthma. About half of adults.
So, the question arises: is there utility to the assessment of allergy in patients with asthma? This review will address this issue by examining the current.
Asthma control and quality of life in a real-life setting: a cross-sectional study of adult asthma patients in Japan (ACQUIRE-2). Adachi M(1).