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features of system of the general immunity and stimulirovannoj production IFN-y at children with local forms of a tuberculosis

At the given stage of our research the condition of system of immunity at children with local forms of a tuberculosis (LFT) has been analysed. All children with LFT were for the first time taped, earlier antituberculous treatment did not receive, no accompanying immunopathology had.

Immunologic indicators at children with local forms of the tuberculosis are studied, the obtained data are presented in table 26.

Table 26

The biometric characteristic of immunologic indicators of children with local forms of a tuberculosis

Surveyed children with LFT, by results of dermal assays were characterised in 99 % of cases positive tuberkulinovymi by Mantoux reactions 2 THOSE (the average size of a papule has made 13,4 yo 0,9 mm) and in 84 % of cases positive takes on preparation Diaskintestj (the average size of a papule has made 12,6 yo 0,5 mm).

As a result of the spent immunologic inspection at children with LFT it is taped, that quantity CD4 +-limfotsitov has made 31,8 %, CD16 + -
Lymphocytes of 17,1 %, IgE the general - 95,2 ME/ml, level IFN-y with FGA on the average 545,6pg/ml, level IFN-y with DST - 38,8pg/ml, (tab. 26).

As a result of the spent comparative analysis of immunologic indicators of children with LFT concerning control group depression of maintenance CD4 +-limfotsitov (percentage on 23,37 %, absolute quantity on 28,6 %, r

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Scientific source Ahmerova Tatyana Efimovna. IMMUNODIAGNOSIS OF DIFFERENT MANIFESTATIONS OF TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION IN CHILDREN. Thesis for the degree of candidate of medical sciences. SAMARA - 2014. 2014

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  2. INTRODUCTION
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  4. CONCLUSIONS