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Have a mutation for immune deficiency (CVID2/IGAD2) associated with TACI. Normal IgA, IgM & IgG but long history of severe infections. How to test it?

? Not adding up, you can't literally have those conditions, repeated severe infections and normal measures of Ig subtypes.You need to be re-evaluated, you may simply have IgG subclass deficiency,or specific antibodies deficiency,testing for recall antigens for tetanus and pneumococcus,pre and post vaccination can prove it,treatment remains the same: IVIG therapy.Too complex for this limited platform. Read more...

2 y.o has reoccuring infections and is always ill, shes failure to thrive. Labs show IgM 40mg/dl, IgA is 372mg/dl & igG is, 962mg/dl. Interpretations?

Results. IgM is normal: IgA is elevated and IgG is borderline elevated. Consistent with history of chronic infections. Follow-up with physician who ordered test for clinical correlation. Read more...