Primary ciliary dyskinesia

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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract E-poster Longitudinal microbiology of children with primary ciliary dyskinesia
W. Walker, C. Jackson, A. Harris, S. Packham, J. Lucas (Southampton, United Kingdom)
Annual Congress 2012 - New insights into respiratory infections in children See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Full text journal article Definition and aetiology of non-CF bronchiectasis
Robert Wilson, David M. Hansell, Michael R. Loebinger
Eur Respir Monogr 2013; 60: 107-119 See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract E-poster Primary ciliary dyskinesia: Respiratory tract infections and impact of pseudomonas aeruginosa
S. Lefeuvre, E. Deneuville, J. Deblic, C. Vigier, A. Tamalet, J. Beucher (Rennes, Paris, France)
International Congress 2014 – Respiratory physiology and sleep disordered breathing in children See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract L-Arginine metabolism in airways of children with primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) or cystic fibrosis (CF)
H. Grasemann, N. McDonald, S. Dell, F. Ratjen (Toronto, Canada)
International Congress 2014 – Cystic fibrosis: genotypes, inflammation and microbiology See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract A national survey on primary ciliary dyskinesia in Italy
D. Snijders, S. Quartesan, M. E. di Cicco, M. Piras, D. Girosi, M. Silvestri, E. Baldo, A. Bon, C. Braggion, L. Brunetti, E. Bignaminin, L. Caminiti, M. Collura, F. Cardinale, S. Cazzato, R. Cutrera, F. De Benedictis, G. Dinella, M. La Rosa, E. Lombardi, R. Padoan, G. Piatti, U. Pradal, V. Ragazzo, M. Ros, F. Santamaria, N. Ullmann, A. Kantar, A. M. Cangiotti, M. M. De Santi, L. Terraciano, M. Pifferi, G. A. Rossi, A. Barbato (Padova, Pisa, Genova, Rovereto, Udine, Firenze, Bari, Torino, Messina, Palermo, Bologna, Roma, Ancona, Catania, Brescia, Milano, Verona, Empoli, Treviso, Napoli, Bergamo, Siena, Italy)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric epidemiology: new insights into primary ciliary dyskinesia, prematurity and bronchiolitis See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Differences in symptoms between patients with and without PCD: Data from a PCD diagnostic referral centre
L. Behan, S. Packham, A. Harris, S. T. Mak, H. J. Evans, K. Lock, W. T. Walker, J. S. Lucas (Southampton, United Kingdom)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric epidemiology: new insights into primary ciliary dyskinesia, prematurity and bronchiolitis See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Respiratory and neurological outcomes in children born preterm study (RANOPs): Early Term outcomes
M. Edwards, S. Kotecha, J. Lowe, W. J. Watkins, A. J. Henderson, S. Kotecha (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric epidemiology: new insights into primary ciliary dyskinesia, prematurity and bronchiolitis See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Late preterm and low birth weight - possible impact on respiratory system at age of 12 month
E. Kandelaki, M. Kherkheulidze, N. Kavlashvili, I. Chkhaidze (Tbilisi, Georgia)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric epidemiology: new insights into primary ciliary dyskinesia, prematurity and bronchiolitis See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) hospitalization in infants with congenital airway anomalies (CAA) in the canadian registry of palivizumab (CARESS) after prophylaxis (2005-2012)
I. Mitchell, B. Paes, A. Li, H. Yi, K. Lanctot (Calgary, Hamilton, Toronto, Canada)
International Congress 2014 – Paediatric epidemiology: new insights into primary ciliary dyskinesia, prematurity and bronchiolitis See this session or publication
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 [+]  Congress or journal article abstract Anaerobic and aerobic bacterial load of childhood non- cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis
E. Cakir, A. H. Gedik, M. Iraz, H. Daskaya, B. Gultepe, N. Keskin, T. Umutoglu (Istanbul, Turkey)
International Congress 2014 – Prevention, diagnosis and consequences of respiratory infections in children See this session or publication
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