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Laboratory evaluation should be completed in a stepwise fashion beginning with a complete blood count with differential and metabolic panel to evaluate for overall lymphocyte and neutrophil counts, as well as any metabolic derangements that may indicate organ damage. Specific immune workup begins with quantifying serum immunoglobulins as well as measuring titers to tetanus, Streptococcus pneumoniae , Haemophilus influenzae B , and hepatitis B. These results provide a helpful overall picture of immunoglobulin production and reflect the ability of B- and T-cells to interact in generating specific antibodies to antigenic stimuli either from natural exposure or immunizations. Vaccination and post-immunization titers are warranted if titers are not protective ( Womens Carolina Dress Coast Clearance Online Ebay YJekNisKGO
). Lymphocyte function can be measured by quantifying proliferative responses to various stimuli that act through either antigen-dependent or independent pathways.

Abnormalities in initial immune studies or a suggestive history in the setting of normal preliminary investigations should prompt collaboration with an immunologist for further evaluation. Additional immunodeficiencies, most of them relevant to the adult population, are briefly reviewed in Table 3 .

We are increasingly relying on advanced testing modalities. Flow cytometric analyses to detect protein expression can be essential to characterize many immune defects. B-cell phenotyping using cell surface markers that identify mature memory population can identify those at increased risk for complications in CVID and may guide clinicians in targeting therapy ( 12 12. Cunningham-Rundles C. The many faces of common variable immunodeficiency. Hematology Am Soc Hematol Educ Program. 2012;2012:301-5. [PMID: 23233596 ] ). Additional specialized studies for functional analyses, immunophenotyping, and gene sequencing are also available for appropriate cases. Whole exome sequencing in conjunction with functional assays is gaining clinical relevance in the diagnosis of atypical PIDDs.

Although the patient presented in the second case had laboratory findings and a clinical presentation consistent with that of hyper-IgM syndrome, he did not demonstrate any of the known mutations associated with this syndrome, since genetic studies for mutations involving CD40L, CD40, UNG, and AID were all negative. The patient died before functional studies were performed or complete exome sequencing was obtained.

Case 2 presents the possibility of a novel genotype for hyper-IgM syndrome and illustrates the importance of pursuing multiple investigations concurrently for patients with unusual primary immune deficiency syndromes. Flow cytometric analysis evaluating CD40L and CD40 expression would have been immensely helpful in addition to the genotype data.

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At Belvedere Veterinary Center, pets are our passion, and that means a commitment to keeping them healthy. Vaccinations are the foundation for good pet health and protect your pet from diseases that can kill.

What Vaccinations Do

When we administer a vaccination, we inject a small of the illness, called an antigen, into the pet’s bloodstream. Rather than cause the illness, the antigens stimulate the pet’s immune system to develop strengthened immunity against the disease. Once they have achieved sufficient immunity, a pet only needs to be vaccinated yearly. However, since the immune systems of puppies and kittens are as yet fragile, they need smaller doses of the antigen administered more frequently until they reach 1 year of age.

Core vs. Non-Core Vaccinations

Just as the name suggests, core vaccinations are those that are absolutely necessary to keep your pet protected from extremely virulent diseases. In other words, these are non-negotiable. On the other hand, non-core vaccinations may be optional for your pet, depending on the kinds of activities he or she is involved with.

Core Vaccinations for Dogs

The protective vaccinations to keep your dog healthy and safe from dangerous diseases include:

Core Vaccinations for Cats

The protective vaccinations required to keep your cat healthy and safe from dangerous diseases include:

Non-core Vaccinations

The non-core vaccinations are administered based on lifestyle and the activities your pet pursues. For example, if you and your dog like to hike in the woods or country-side, we would recommend the Lyme disease vaccination. Also, the Bordetella vaccination, which protects against Kennel Cough, is recommended for dogs that will spend time in boarding facilities or doggy daycare. We will also be happy to tell you about the non-core vaccines for cats.

Keeping up with your pet’s vaccination schedule is one the most important ways of showing your love. Call us today and set up an appointment to ensure your pet is completely protected.

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