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Characteristics of 2017 GOLD COPD group A: a multicenter cross-sectional CAP study in Japan.

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Summary of "Characteristics of 2017 GOLD COPD group A: a multicenter cross-sectional CAP study in Japan."

The 2017 GOLD ABCD classification shifts patients from groups C-D to A-B. Group A was the most widely distributed group in several studies. It would be useful to understand the characteristics for group A patients, but little has been reported concerning these issues.

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Name: International journal of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
ISSN: 1178-2005
Pages: 3901-3907

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