Group B – Last name H-O
Discussion Topic – Respiratory Issues
A 30-year-old female presents to your office with complaints of episodic shortness of breath and chest tightness. The symptoms have been off and on for about 2 years. The symptoms have worsened lately, occurring two or three times a month. Symptoms are worse during the spring months. She does not have any exercise-induced or nocturnal symptoms. There is a positive family history with her father having asthma. She is single and works in a high tech firm. She has a roommate, who moved in two months ago. With the roommate came a dog and a cat. The patient is s social smoker when she is out with friends. Drinks socially and has no history of illicit drug use. On examination mild end expiratory wheezing was noted.
Group B – Last name H-O: Describe the early events responsible for the pathogenesis of the diagnosis. How does this result in chronic airway hyperresponsiveness?
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