Common variable immunodeficiency with CD4+ T lymphocytopenia and overproduction of soluble IL-2 receptor associated with Turner's syndrome and dorsal kyphoscoliosis.


An unusual combination of common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) and Turner's syndrome in a Saudi woman aged 20 years is presented. In addition to panhypogammaglobulinaemia, the patient had CD4+ T lymphocytopenia; however, there was evidence of in vivo activation of T cells and overproduction of soluble interleukin 2 receptor in culture supernate. Mantoux… (More)


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