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Part 15. Disorders of the Joints and Adjacent Tissues > Section 1. The Immune System in Health and Disease >
Chapter e39. Primary Immunodeficiencies Associated with (or Secondary to) Other Diseases
Primary Immunodeficiencies Associated with(or Secondary to) Other Diseases: Introduction.
immune deficiency states; primary immune deficiency disorder.
There are an increasing number of conditions in which a primary immunodeficiency (PID) has been described as one facet of a more complex disease setting. It is essential to consider associated diseases when a PID is identified as the primary manifestation and, conversely, not neglect the potentially harmful consequences of a PID that could be masked by other manifestations of a particular syndrome...."
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