Dissociation of dysfunctional breathing and odour intolerance among adults in a general population study
The Clinical Respiratory Journal, 05/25/2012
Bonde E et al. – Based on the findings the authors conclude that non–asthmatic breathing–related symptoms may be separated into at least two categories in a general population, odour intolerance and dysfunctional breathing. These two categories seem to be two distinct groups of subjects with breathing–related symptoms and may represent different clinical entities separated from asthma and bronchitis.