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Figure 2

From: Associations between respiratory symptoms, lung function and gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms in a population-based birth cohort

Figure 2

Prevalence of reflux symptoms at age 26 according to history of wheeze. No wheeze = denies ever having had wheeze by age 26 (n = 249). Child-persistent = wheeze at age 9 or 11 and also at age 26 (n = 102). Teen- persistent = wheeze first reported at age 13, 15 or 18 and still present at age 26 (n = 127). Adult-onset = wheeze first reported at age 21 or 26 (n = 168). Wheeze remission = wheeze reported at an earlier age, but not at 26 (n = 174). * = p < 0.05 compared to no wheeze.

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