Neugeborenen Screening


Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) and severe T-cell lymphopenia

Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) and severe T-cell lymphopenia

In Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) and severe T-cell lymphopenia, there is a disorder in the formation of T-cells. As a result, life-threatening infections and a pronounced growth disorder can quickly develop. If left untreated, SCID and severe T-cell lymphopenia can lead to death. There are also mild forms known that are less severely affected. With a stem cell transplant SCID and severe T-cell lymphopenia can be cured. Patients discovered in neonatal screening have a good prognosis.

 
Therapy:
  • With a stem cell transplant SCID and severe T-cell lymphopenia can be cured.
  • Patients discovered in neonatal screening have a good prognosis.
 
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