Hyper-IGE Syndrome

Hyper-IGE Syndrome, also known as job-Buckley Syndrome is an immunodeficiency syndrome, characterized by recurred staphylococcus bacterium infections and too high IGEHyper-IGE Syndrome antibodies levels. The infections can involve joints, lungs, skin and other organs. Many individuals with hyper-IGE Syndrome experience weak bones and suffer with repeated fractures.

Some people have allergy signs such as asthma, nasal stuffinnes, and eczema. The treatment of Hyper-IGE Syndrome consists of using antibiotics intermittenly or continually for the staphylococcal infection. Such antibiotics as trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole are frequently taken as a preventive measure.

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