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A 28-year-old bank employee undergoes investigation for infertility...

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asked Feb 23, 2014 in Medicine by Rajesh Bahara
A 28-year-old bank employee undergoes investigation for infertility that revealed oligospermia. On further inquiry, it is found that he has suffered from repeated bouts of coughing since
childhood and episodes of recurrent pancreatitis. Clubbing of the fingers is evident. Which
test is most likely to reveal the cause of his chronic lung disease?
 
(A) Chest x-ray
(B) X-ray of the humerus
(C) Sweat chloride elevated to over 80 mEq/L
(D) Sweat chloride reduced to less than 50 mEq/L
(E) Aspergillus in the sputum

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(C) Sweat chloride elevated to over 80 mEq/L
answered Feb 23, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara
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My answer is C
answered Feb 23, 2014 by PIRIL
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