General variable hypogammaglobulinemia
General variable hypogammaglobulinemia (OVGG) is a hereditary disease characterized by a violation of the production of immunoglobulins, and, consequently, a decrease in immunity. The disease occurs at any age: in children-after 2 years, in adults after 16, more often in the third decade of life. The disease is characterized by frequent recurrent infections. These include chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis, sinusitis, otitis media, etc. As a rule, persistent diarrhea appears, the patient begins to lose weight, hemoglobin decreases, muscle cramps, general weakness, and swelling of the legs occur. The patient loses his ability to work.
The MCSC has developed methods for the diagnosis and treatment of this disease. Timely treatment to the doctor and correct diagnosis allows you to apply modern methods of therapy and achieve a lasting effect.