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Infectious diseases in patients with primary immunodeficiency. 

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2014.2(58):20-26; doi 10.15574/SP.2014.58.20 
 

Infectious diseases in patients with primary immunodeficiency. 
 

Volokha A. P.

National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education named P.L. Shupyk 

Severe recurrent and persistent infections are the major manifestations of primary immunodeficiency. Despite most of pathogens associated with different forms of primary immunodeficiency, it is described genetically determined susceptibility to selected infections. Knowledge of features of infectious syndrome of different immunodeficiency allowed prompt, accurate diagnosis of congenital immunodeficiency and start the most appropriate treatment. 
 

Key words: infections, immunity, primary immunodeficiency, children. 
 

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