- •Prevalence of Ear Nose Throat pathology in Cystic Fibrosis patients is high but often remains undiagnosed.
- •A close Ear Nose Throat follow up is strongly recommended to prevent possible complications in Cystic Fibrosis patients.
- •Ethmoidal mucocele is not a common Ear Nose Throat complication but it is important because it could result in severe visual impairment.
- •Recent studies have shown phenotypical changes in Escherichia coli strains that remembered those of the classic Cystic Fibrosis pathogens and association between Escherichia coli and Ear Nose Throat pathology.
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