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COVID-19: Extensive epithelial damage and ciliary dyskinesia in hospitalised patients

Volume: 60 - Issue: 2

First page: 155 - Last page: 158

D.D.H. Lee - D. Cardinale - Y. Saman - R.A. Hirst - N. Wilson - V. Corden - A. Rutman - T. de Haro - R.E. Hynds - T. McHugh - P. Rea - C.M. Smith - C. O’Callaghan

Infection with SARS-CoV-2 can cause severe respiratory disease and it is predicted that the COVID-19 pandemic will leave a substantial number of patients with long-term respiratory complications (1).

Rhinology 60-2: 155-158, 2022

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