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Register of primary immunodeficiency in the Stavropol territory

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Lyudmila Barycheva; Lyudmila Sergeevna Khachirova; Leila Timurovna Kubanova; Lyudmila Valentinovna Dushina; Anna Alexandrovna Mukhina;

Study presents an analysis of 88 patients with primary immunodeficiency (PID), registered in the Stavropol Territory (ST) in the period from 1999 to July 2019. The prevalence of primary immunodeficiency in the ST is 3.1:100 000 population. The cohort of living patients is dominated by children (74.7 %). The ratio of male to female patients is 1:2.03. 27 nosological forms were verified in the register of primary immunodeficiency of the ST. Molecular genetic diagnosis was confirmed in 38.6 % of patients. Hematopoietic cell transplantation was performed in 11.4 % of patients. Intravenous immunoglobulin preparations are received by 20.2 % of patients. Mortality in the cohort of PID patients in the ST register reaches 6.9 %.

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Keywords: primary immunodeficiency, register, epidemiological characteristics, therapy


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