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Bronchiectasis

  • L. D. Eerland
  • N. G. M. Orie
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Abstract

One of the most intricate fields of pulmonary pathology is that of the aetiology and pathogenesis of bronchiectasis. Much has remained unexplained, in spite of the extensive literature that has appeared since Laennec first described the affection in 1817. There are still many questions unanswered as regards the indications for operative treatment and the results obtained by surgery.

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