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A 47-year-old woman with a history of chronic cough presented with dyspnoea. She had no history of smoking, tuberculosis and cardiovascular disease. Physical examination revealed wheezing in both lungs. We started maintenance and reliever therapy for suggested bronchial asthma. However, symptoms did not improve, and she was hospitalised repeatedly. Chest X-ray showed a right-sided aortic arch. In the pulmonary function test, a fixed obstruction pattern was observed, and a bronchodilator response …
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