Immunosuppression

What is Immunosuppression?

Immunosuppression involves an act that reduces the activation or efficacy of the immune system. It is done by Immunosuppressive drugs or immunosuppressive agents or antirejection medications are drugs that inhibit or prevent activity of the immune system.

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Hi my son has post transplant lymphoproliferative disease following 10 years of immunosuppression after heart transplant. he has been treated for...

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Hot spot in the abdomen of pet scan in an immunosuppressed patient may be due to tubercular lymphadenitis or reactive lymphadenitis or...

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my husband has been a kidney transplant patient two years ago , recently he is suffering from severe diarrhea which improved after lacteol forte...

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CMV at this stage of Transplant is less likely since immunosuppression is at minimum at this stage ( assuming it was reduced to minimum...

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Am suffering from fungal infection from past 3 months on my vaginal part and on my face near nose and eyes part one of the doctor suggested me to...

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Though candida infecton is common in vagina, it is not that frequent on the face, unless there is an immunosuppression. Visit to...

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