Primary Immune Deficiencies in the Adult: A Previously Underrecognized Common Condition.

@article{Rosenberg2016PrimaryID,
  title={Primary Immune Deficiencies in the Adult: A Previously Underrecognized Common Condition.},
  author={E. Rosenberg and P. Dent and J. Denburg},
  journal={The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice},
  year={2016},
  volume={4 6},
  pages={
          1101-1107
        }
}
The large majority of classified primary immune deficiency (PID) diseases present in childhood. Yet, most patients with PID are adults, with a large proportion experiencing onset of symptoms beyond their childhood years. Most of these are diagnosed predominantly with antibody defects, but cellular and other disorders are increasingly being identified in older patients as well. Moreover, advances in clinical immunology are allowing pediatric patients, even those with severe disease, to reach… Expand
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