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Primary Immunodeficiency

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  • Primary immunodeficiency

    Disease pathophysiology: 

    Primary immunodeficiency disorders is also called primary immune disorders or primary immunodeficiency a weaken the immune system, allowing infections and other health problems to occur more easily. "Signs and symptoms are Frequent and recurrent pneumonia, bronchitis, sinus infections, ear infections, meningitis or skin infections Inflammation and infection of internal organs Blood disorders, such as low platelet counts or anemia Digestive problems.

  • Primary immunodeficiency

    Disease treatment:

    Treatments for primary immunodeficiency involve preventing and treating infections, boosting the immune system, and treating the underlying cause of the immune problem. In some cases, primary immune disorders are linked to a serious illness, such as an autoimmune disorder or cancer, which also needs to be treated. National Health Survey stated that around 2.0% of total Population self-reported having Primary immunodeficiency in Argentina. 

  • Primary immunodeficiency

     Disease statistics: 

    A survey of 10,000 households revealed that the prevalence of diagnosed primary immunodeficiency approaches 1 in 1200. This figure does not take into account people with mild immune system defects who have not received a formal diagnosis. Milder forms of primary immunodeficiency,  aving a rate of 1:600. Other disorders are distinctly more uncommon, with incidences between 1:100,000 and 1:2,000,000 being reported.

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