The clinical picture of people with Kartagener's Syndrome is very varied, which makes it difficult to diagnose. Despite this, there are three key symptoms in this syndrome:
- Inversion of the normal location of the organs (situs inversus).
- Sinus inflammation (sinusitis).
- Dilatation of the bronchi (bronchiectasis).
However, patients with Kartagener's Syndrome also present with chronic cough, otitis or infertility, among other symptoms.