respiratory
Bronchiectasis

ATS 2018: Ramping up recognition of a rare lung disease


Clinical practice guidelines for the diagnosis of primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) have been updated in an effort to reduce the delay in diagnosis for a rare disease that nevertheless has well defined clinical features. Dr Adam Shapiro told ATS 2018 that PCD symptoms such as a year-round wet cough and nasal congestion from a young ...

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