Primary T-cell immunodeficiencies
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Primary T-cell immunodeficiencies

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Published by Saunders in Philadelphia, London .
Written in English


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StatementChaim M. Roifman, guest editors.
SeriesImmunology and allergy clinics of North America -- v.20/1
ContributionsRoifman, Chaim M.
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Open LibraryOL18771357M

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Primary immunodeficiency disorder (PID) refers to a heterogeneous group of over disorders that result from defects in immune system development and/or function. PIDs are broadly classified as disorders of adaptive immunity (i.e., T-cell, B-cell or combined immunodeficiencies) or of innate immunity (e.g., phagocyte and complement disorders). Impairment of T-cell function can lead to increased susceptibility to bacterial infection because: A. T cells help fully activate B cells. B. T cells help trigger class switching. C. T cells help regulate antigen presentation by dendritic cells. D. Both A and B. E. All of the above. The Primary Immunodeficiencies The immunodeficiencies have been classically divided into: (1) the phagocytic cell deficiencies, (2) the complement deficiencies, (3) the antibody deficiencies, (4) the cell-mediated deficiencies, and (5) the combined cellular and antibody deficiencies. Dr. Adebiyi - Septem Semester 3, Mini 1 Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.