Quiz: Approach to the Patient with Suspected Immunodeficiency
Question 1 of 3  

Immunodeficiency typically manifests as recurrent infections. However, there are more likely causes of recurrent infections, such as inadequate duration of antibiotic treatment, resistant organisms, and other disorders that predispose to infection. Immunodeficiency should be suspected EXCEPT when recurrent infections are which of the following?

  • A.

    Are respiratory infections that occur 5 to 10 /yr in a child

  • B.

    Are severe

  • C.

    Are caused by unusual organisms

  • D.

    Recur in family members

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