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What is Immunodeficiency?

Description of the disease

Immunodeficiency is a condition in which the immune system becomes less effective in defending against infections and other diseases. This can be caused by a malfunction of the immune system or its inadequate development.


  • Congenital immunodeficiency
  • Acquired immunodeficiency


  • Frequent respiratory infections
  • Increased susceptibility to infections
  • Frequent fungal infections


Immunodeficiency can be caused by genetic disorders, infections, as well as environmental factors.


For the diagnosis of immunodeficiency, blood tests, immunoglobulins analysis, as well as genetic studies may be conducted.


Treatment of immunodeficiency includes the use of immunomodulators, antiviral and antibacterial drugs, as well as bone marrow or blood cell transplantation.


Prevention of immunodeficiency includes a healthy lifestyle, vaccination, and avoiding contact with infectious agents.


For consultation on immunodeficiency issues, it is recommended to consult an immunologist or allergist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.