Autoimmune neutropenia

What is Autoimmune neutropenia?

It is a form of neutropenia (low number of neutrophils) which is most common in infants and young children where the body identifies the neutrophils as enemies and makes antibody to destroy them.

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My son has Hydrocephalus , Cerebral Palsy , Epilepsy and severe chronic neutropenia believed to be autoimmune neutropenia . He is 3.5yrs old. The...

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Dear Benjamin

Following points may be able to answer querry:

1 There is a very small risk of neutropenia (as well as exacerbation of pre-existing...

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Hello, I have chronic nutropenia, my brother died from addisons desease, an now my sisters son has been diognosed with addisons desease , ae these...

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Thanks for posting your query on XXXXXXX

I researched a lot on the correlation between two diseases - chronic neutropenia and Addison's disease....

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