Medical Definition of Antibody deficiency disease

1. Any of a group of disorders associated with a defective antibody production due to defects in the B-type lymphocyte system or in T-type lymphocytes; chief manifestation is an increased susceptibility to infection by various microorganisms. See: agammaglobulinaemia, hypogammaglobulinaemia, immunodeficiency. Synonym: antibody deficiency disease. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antibody Deficiency Disease

antiblackism
antiblackisms
antiblast
antibleeding
antiblennorrhagic
antiblister
antiblue
antibodies
antibody
antibody-dependent cell cytotoxicity
antibody-dependent enhancement
antibody-forming cell
antibody affinity
antibody aldolase
antibody combining site
antibody deficiency disease (current term)
antibody deficiency syndrome
antibody diversity
antibody excess
antibody induced lysis
antibody producing cell
antibody specificity
antibody technology
antibomb
antibonding
antibonding orbital
antibonus
antiboss
antibot
antibots

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