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Volume 23, Number 10—October 2017

Research

Poliovirus Excretion in Children with Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders, India

Madhu Chhanda MohantyComments to Author , Manisha Rajan Madkaikar, Mukesh Desai, Prasad Taur, Uma Prajwal Nalavade, Deepa Kailash Sharma, Maya Gupta, Aparna Dalvi, Snehal Shabrish, Manasi Kulkarni, Jahnavi Aluri, and Jagadish Mohanrao Deshpande
Author affiliations: Enterovirus Research Centre, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (M.C. Mohanty, U.P. Nalavade, D.K. Sharma, J.M. Deshpande); National Institute of Immunohaematology, Mumbai (M.R. Madkaikar, M. Gupta, A. Dalvi, S. Shabrish, M. Kulkarni, J. Aluri); Bai Jerbai Wadia Children’s Hospital, Mumbai (M. Desai, P. Taur)

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Table 1

Baseline characteristics of confirmed PID cases in children recruited from Wadia Children’s Hospital, Mumbai, India, September 2014–April 2017*

Serial no. PID types No. cases M/F ratio Age range, mo
1 Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis 11 10/1 4–96
2 X-linked agammaglobulinemia 7 7/0 27–216
3 Chronic granulomatous disease 4 3/1 7–60
4 Severe combined immunodeficiency 4 4/0 4–48
5 Common variable immunodeficiency 3 2/1 84–120
6 Chédiak–Higashi syndrome 3 1/2 26–86
7 Hypogammaglobulinemia 2 1/1 96–108
8 IgG subclass deficiency 2 0/2 84–114
9 Hyper-IgM syndrome 2 2/0 17–59
10 Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome 1 0/1 15
11 B cell expansion with NF-κB and T cell anergy 1 1/0 18
12 Hyper-IgE syndrome 1 1/0 42
13
Interleukin 12 receptor β1 defect
1
1/0
156
Total 42 33/9 4–216

*PID, primary immunodeficiency

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