Fast Five Quiz: Eosinophilic Asthma

Zab Mosenifar, MD


July 06, 2020

Unlike patients with EA, those with NA have either high levels of other inflammatory cell types, such as neutrophils, or no dominant inflammatory cells in the airway, blood, or sputum. NA has not been researched as much as EA, resulting in few targeted therapies for this subtype.

Learn more about the difference between EA and NA.


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