Contributors
Introduction
Respiratory syncytial virus: A continuing culprit and conundrum
Epidemiologic evidence of increased airway reactivity in children with a history of bronchiolitis
Immunologic mechanisms of virus-induced wheezing and asthma
Neural control mechanisms within airways: Disruption by respiratory syncytial virus
Pulmonary function changes in children after respiratory syncytial virus infection in infancy
Effect of pneumonia in childhood on adult lung function
Prevention strategies for respiratory syncytial virus: Passive and active immunization
Management strategies for respiratory syncytial virus infections in infants