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Young Syndrome

Young Syndrome Causes

Studies suggest that affected individuals had contact with mercury, which caused the symptoms.

Young Syndrome Definition

Young's syndrome is a condition of combined syndromes such as bronchiectasis, rhinosinusitis, and reduced fertility. It is also referred to as Azoospermia sinopulmonary infections, Sinusitis-infertility syndrome, and Barry-Perkins-Young syndrome.

Young Syndrome Symptoms and Signs

Affected individuals have normal lung function but with an abnormally viscous mucus. The reduced fertility results from a functional obstruction of sperm transport down the genital tract at the epididymis where the sperms are found in viscous, lipid-rich fluid.

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