A man with no previous history of allergy or chest disease developed asthma after exposure to a heavy atmospheric concentration of amprolium hydrochloride which is a constituent of a poultry-food additive. Subsequent experimental exposure produced an immediate asthmatic reaction which was inhibited by sodium cromoglycate.
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