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2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 4 April (13).pdf.jpg2016Mind the gap : TB trends in the USA and the UK , 2000 – 2011Nnadi, Chimeremma D; Anderson, Laura F; Armstrong, Lori R; Stagg, Helen R; Pedrazzoli, Debora; Pratt, Robert; Heilig, Charles M; Abubakar, Ibrahim; Moonan, Patrick K
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 4 April (14).pdf.jpg2016MesobanK UK : an international mesothelioma bioresourceRintoul, Robert C; Rassl, Doris M; Gittins, Jacki; Marciniak, Stefan J
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 1 January (13).pdf.jpg2016Phosphoinositide 3-kinase- δ regulates fungus-induced allergic lung in fl ammation through endoplasmic reticulum stressLee, Kyung Sun; Jeong, Jae Seok; Kim, So Ri; Cho, Seong Ho; Kolliputi, Narasaiah; Ko, Yun Hee; Lee, Kyung Bae; Park, Suk Chul; Park, Hae Jin; Lee, Yong Chul
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 1 January (7).pdf.jpg2016An incidental pulmonary part-solid ground-glass nodule in a patient under anticoagulant therapyChen, Jo-yu; Lien, Huang-chun; Chen, Jin-shing; Chang, Yeun-chung
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 4 April (6).pdf.jpg2016Primary mediastinal small cell melanoma achieved by EBUS-TBNAFernandez-bussy, Sebastian; Labarca, Gonzalo; Castro, Alex; Caviedes, Ivan
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 5 May (15).pdf.jpg2016The pulmonary endothelium in acute respiratory distress syndrome : insights and therapeutic opportunitiesMillar, Fraser R; Summers, Charlotte; Grif, Mark J; Toshner, Mark R; Proudfoot, Alastair G
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 6 June (9).pdf.jpg2016The restrictive – obstructive continuum and the failing heartEngström, Gunnar
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 6 June (16).pdf.jpg2016The utility of exhaled nitric oxide in patients with suspected asthma-
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 2 February (7).pdf.jpg2016Urbanisation but not biomass fuel smoke exposure is associated with asthma prevalence in four resource-limited settingsGaviola, Chelsea; Miele, Catherine H; Wise, Robert A; Gilman, Robert H; Jaganath, Devan; Miranda, J Jaime; Bernabe-ortiz, Antonio; Hansel, Nadia N; Checkley, William; Cohort, Cronicas; Group, Study
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 6 June (23).pdf.jpg2016Bioaerosol production by patients with tuberculosis during normal tidal breathing : implications for transmission riskWurie, Fatima B; Lawn, Stephen D; Booth, Helen; Sonnenberg, Pam; Hayward, Andrew C
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 4 April (19).pdf.jpg2016Comorbidity in severe asthma requiring systemic corticosteroid therapy : cross-sectional data from the Optimum Patient Care Research Database and the British Thoracic Dif fi cult Asthma RegistrySweeney, Joan; Patterson, Chris C; Menzies-gow, Andrew; Niven, Rob M; Mansur, Adel H; Bucknall, Christine; Chaudhuri, Rekha; Price, David; Brightling, Chris E; Heaney, Liam G; Thoracic, British; Dif, Society
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 2 February (1).pdf.jpg2016Contents Editorials toxins Cystic fi brosis exacerbation : a tough nut to crack Environmental exposure metalloproteinases in the silent zone Lung cancer Biomarkers of disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Contents Thoracic surgery Review PostScripNathan, S D; Corris, P A
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 6 June (1).pdf.jpg2016Contents Editorial s Respiratory infection A risk stratifi cation tool for exacerbations of COPD : time to switch to DECAF Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Review of the British Thoracic Society Winter Interstitial lung disease Paediatric lung diseasCostello, R W; Cushen, B
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 2 February (2).pdf.jpg2016A randomised trial of hypertonic saline during hospitalisation for exacerbation of cystic fi brosisDentice, Ruth L; Elkins, Mark R; Middleton, Peter G; Bishop, Jennifer R; Wark, Peter A B; Dorahy, Douglas J; Harmer, Christopher J; Hu, Honghua; Bye, Peter T P
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 3 March (21).pdf.jpg2016Downloaded from http://thorax.bmj.com/ on May 22, 2016 - Published by group.bmj.comAr, Akram; Avlonitis, N; Vendrell, M; Chankeshwara, S; Mcdonald, N; Aslam, T; Schole, E
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 6 June (5).pdf.jpg2016Erratum : ‘ British Thoracic Society Guideline Group For The Ventilatory Management of Acute Hypercapnic Respiratory Failure in Adults . Managing acute hypercapnic respiratory failure in adults : where do we need to get to ? ’ Erratum : ' British ThoracicSociety, British Thoracic
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 1 January (20).pdf.jpg2016Interobserver agreement for the ATS / ERS / JRS / ALAT criteria for a UIP pattern on CTWalsh, Simon L F; Calandriello, Lucio; Sverzellati, Nicola; Wells, Athol U; Hansell, David M; Observer, U I P
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 5 May (14).pdf.jpg2016Advancing clinical development pathways for new CFTR modulators in cystic fi brosisMayer-hamblett, Nicole; Boyle, Michael; Vandevanter, Donald
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 3 March (16).pdf.jpg2016New reference ranges for interpreting forced expiratory manoeuvres in infants and implications for clinical interpretation : a multicentre collaboration Healthy infantsLum, Sooky; Bountziouka, Vassiliki; Wade, Angela; Hoo, Ah-fong; Kirkby, Jane; Moreno-galdo, Antonio; Mir, Ines De; Sardon-prado, Olaia; Corcuera-elosegui, Paula; Mattes, Joerg; Borrego, Luis Miguel; Davies, Gwyneth; Stocks, Janet
2016 THOR Volume 71 Issue 2 February (16).pdf.jpg2016Pseudoaneurysm of the pulmonary artery with massive haemoptysis due to an invasive pulmonary mucormycosisLopez-pastorini, Alberto; Koryllos, Aris; Brockmann, Michael; Windisch, Wolfram; Stoelben, Erich