Delayed diagnosis of selective immunoglobulin deficiency: A case report

Veysel KARS, Tahsin CELEPKOLU, Ahmet YILMAZ, Fatih ESMER, Sevdegul KARADAS
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Selective immunoglobulin A deficiency (SIgAD) is the most common of all primary immunodeficiency diseases; however, the pathogenesis has not been fully understood. Although most people with SIgAD are asymptomatic, some may present with recurrent infections; such as respiratory disorders, gastrointestinal tracts disorders, and allergic disorders. Herein, we report a case with SIgAD who presented with the complaints of pruritus, dental caries and chronic sinopulmonary infections. 


Pruritus; recurrent infections; selective immunoglobulin a deficiency; sinopulmonary infections

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