Kartagener

Kar·ta·ge·ner

(kahr-tag'ĕ-nĕr),
Manes, Swiss physician, 1897-1975. See: Kartagener syndrome, Kartagener triad.
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Birth of a healthy boy using fresh testicular sperm in a patient with Klinefelter syndrome combined with Kartagener syndrome.
If associated with primary ciliary dyskinesia, sinusitis and bronchiectasis and infertility in males, it is called Kartagener Syndrome found in 25% of patients (3).
They present as Kartagener syndrome [1] with the classic triad of situs inversus, chronic sinusitis and bronchiectasis.
Of 88 staff, 56 reported no chronic medical condition; a few reported cancer in remission (n = 7), SCD (n = 3), or other conditions (n = 22: 9 asthma, 2 inflammatory bowel disease, 2 unspecified, and 1 each with epilepsy, gall stones, chronic hepatitis C, immune thrombocytopenic purpura, Kartagener syndrome, mental retardation, porphyria, stroke, and type 1 diabetes mellitus).
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Named Kartagener syndrome after the doctor, the disorder affects about 1 in every 10,000 people.
In the mid-1970s, Swedish doctor Bjorn Afzelius made an intriguing discovery while examining four men diagnosed with Kartagener syndrome.
This was, strangely enough, about the same percentage of cases of reversed asymmetry seen in people with Kartagener syndrome.
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