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Hormone resistant asthma

As the first-line treatment of asthma, glucocorticoid has been widely used in clinic. Most patients with asthma can significantly improve their clinical symptoms and pathophysiological changes in a short time after oral administration of high-dose prednisone. For children and adults with asthma initially diagnosed, inhalation of hormones in both high and low doses can alleviate symptoms and improve lung function. However, not all asthma patients have shown efficacy in hormone therapy.

Symptoms

Acute invasive pulmonary aspergillosis

Familial mixed hyperlipidemia

Familial hypercholesterolemia

Acute laryngeal wind

Intermittent dependent torsade de pointe ventricular tachycardia

Acute bronchiolitis

Familial abnormality β Lipoproteinemia

Acute lung abscess

Corrected transposition of great arteries

Acute mediastinitis

Familial apolipoprotein B100 deficiency

Beriberi heart disease

Decompression sickness

Hyperthyroid heart disease

Tuberculous pericarditis

Tuberculous empyema

Hypoparathyroidism cardiomyopathy

Nodular cardiomyopathy

Hyperparathyroidism cardiomyopathy

Traumatic embolism of carotid artery

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