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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the study population

From: Lung disease assessment in primary ciliary dyskinesia: a comparison between chest high-field magnetic resonance imaging and high-resolution computed tomography findings

  All
(n = 13)
Children
(n = 8)
Adults
(n = 5)
Clinical data    
   Male/Female 9/4 6/2 3/2
   Situs viscerum inversus (%) 61 75 40
   Age at study entry (yrs) 15.2
(10.4–29.3)
13.1
(10.4–17.7)
23.8
(20.9–29.3)
   Age at onset of respiratory symptoms (yrs) 0.1 (0.1–4) 0.1 (0.1–4) 0.1 (0.1–1)
   Presenting respiratory symptoms    
Chronic cough (%) 46 50 40
Pneumonia (%) 31 12.5 60
Persistent wheezing (%) 8 12.5 0
Neonatal respiratory distress (%) 15 25 0
   Age at PCD diagnosis (yrs) 7.3 (0.1–17.1) 7 (0.3–15.5) 10.1 (0.1–17.1)
   Exhaled nitric oxide (ppb) 4.3 (1.5–8.2) 5 (2.6–8.2) 3.9 (1.5–6.9)
   Nasal nitric oxide (ppb) 15.8 (2.6–34.3) 12 (4.4–34.3) 16.9 (2.6–30.1)
   Atopy (%) 23 25 20
   Lobectomy or segmentectomy (%) 31 12 60
  1. Values in parentheses are ranges.