Cystic fibrosis is an autosomal recessive disease that affects the respiratory system, pancreas, hepatobiliary tract, sinuses, and intestine. Abnormal transport of chloride, sodium, and bicarbonate across the cell membrane is the mainstay of this pathology, leading to tenacious, viscous body secretions. Patients present with pulmonary infections, sinusitis, pancreatitis, infertility and intestinal obstruction.
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The content is OK, but Dr. Raj speaks really fast sometimes and makes it difficult to follow him.
This topic deserves a series of lecture due to its multi-systemic nature. Thank you!
This topic in pediatrics does deserve a series of lecture for its multi-systemic injuries. Thank you!
One of the typical "pediatric" disease. Also hits multiple systems. It's good that there are several lectures dedicated to it. Thank you!