Exercise capacity, peripheral muscle strength, and balance are related in primary ciliary dyskinesia

H. Sonbahar Ulu (Ankara, Turkey), A. Cakmak (Ankara, Turkey), D. Inal Ince (Ankara, Turkey), M. Saglam (Ankara, Turkey), N. Vardar Yagli (Ankara, Turkey), E. Calik Kutukcu (Ankara, Turkey), H. Ozcelik (Ankara, Turkey)

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