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Characteristics of antiviral immunity in children with the atopic form of bronchial asthma

, : Characteristics of antiviral immunity in children with the atopic form of bronchial asthma. Pediatriia: 38-42

In atopic bronchial asthma, an earlier "encounter" of children with viruses that cause acute respiratory diseases was established as was mass infection of asthma children with respiratory viruses. Disorders of antiviral immunity in children suffering from atopic asthma primarily manifested themselves in overproduction of antibodies among viruses. The leukocyte migration inhibition test has demonstrated that atopic asthma children are sensitized with respiratory viruses. Sensitization to viruses rises with age whereas the presence of the foci of chronic infection promotes ever higher sensitization of the body with respiratory viruses, bringing about inhibition of leukocyte function.


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