Selective Antibody Deficiency With Normal Immunoglobulins

Even though people have normal or near-normal quantities of antibodies, selective antibody deficiency with normal immunoglobulins is defined by an insufficient response to specific types of antigens (foreign substances in the body) but not to others (immunoglobulins). Sinus and lung infections are common in people with selective antibody deficiency and normal immunoglobulins. Doctors diagnose the … Read more