Association between α1-antitrypsin and bronchiectasis in patients with humoral immunodeficiency receiving gammaglobulin infusions.

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BACKGROUND In patients with humoral immunodeficiency, the progression of bronchiectasis has been known to occur despite adequate gammaglobulin therapy and in the absence of recurrent infections. This observation suggests that factors other than gammaglobulin replacement might play a part in the prevention of lung damage in this population. α1-Antitrypsin… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.anai.2017.11.014

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