Measurements of Little et al for Bronchial Wall Dimensions in High Resolution Computed Tomography (HRCT) on a Patient with Asthma


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Little et al used to a number of parameters to characterize bronchial changes in a patient with asthma as seen on high resolution computed tomography (HRCT). Asthma tends to be associated with thickening of the bronchial wall with a decrease in the area available for air flow. The authors are from the University of Glasgow and Western Infirmary at Glasgow.

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