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BOF: 215

An 18-year-old male has a chronic cough productive of copious sputum. He has a history of recurrent bronchopulmonary infections.  On examination he is clubbed and there are coarse mid and late inspiratory crepitations (crackles) at both lung bases.

His sweat sodium concentration is 80 mmol/L (normal 60 mmol/L)

In this patient the mode of inheritance of the condition is:

a)      Autosomal recessive

b)      Autosomal dominant

c)      X-linked recessive

d)      X-linked dominant

e)      Polygenic inheritance

 

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