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Where are immune deficiency disorders located in the body?

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Dr. Brant Ward
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Everywhere

Some immune disorders lead to more upper respiratory infections, or more skin infections, for example.
This is because the different defects in the immune system makes you unable to fight those particular types of infections. But, the cells, antibodies, and proteins of the immune system are basically produced in the bone marrow and travel throughout your body. So you could be affected anywhere.

In brief: Everywhere

Some immune disorders lead to more upper respiratory infections, or more skin infections, for example.
This is because the different defects in the immune system makes you unable to fight those particular types of infections. But, the cells, antibodies, and proteins of the immune system are basically produced in the bone marrow and travel throughout your body. So you could be affected anywhere.
Dr. Brant Ward
Dr. Brant Ward
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