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Vol. 21 - Num. 82

Clinical Reviews

Persistent pathological auscultation, not all is brochospasms

Beatriz Fernández Mansoa, M.ª Rosa Albañil Ballesterosb, Miguel Ángel Zafra Antac

aPediatra. CS El Naranjo. Fuenlabrada. Madrid. España.
bPediatra. CS Cuzco. Fuenlabrada. Madrid. España.
cServicio de Pediatría. Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada. Fuenlabrada. Madrid. España.

Reference of this article: Fernández Manso B, Albañil Ballesteros MR, Zafra Anta MA. Persistent pathological auscultation, not all is brochospasms. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2019;21:173-9.

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Respiratory symptoms are the most common reason for primary care visits and, when chronic, a frecuent indication for hospital specialist referrals. We describe two patients treated for asthma and recurrent pneumonia. A differential diagnosis was needed to find out the cause of persistent pathological auscultation. Final diagnosis was: Pulmonary sequestration and Bronchiolitis obliterans. We review the most relevant aspects of this uncommon and severe chronic lung diseases.


Bronchiolitis obliterans Chronic cough Pulmonary sequestration



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