it is a genetic disorder
body functions in the stomach that is unable to kill certain bacteria
it is found in the early childhood of a child
milder conditions it found in their teen years
it is transmitted by the sex choromosomes it is a recessive trait example dd

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1 million people have the disorder

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  • Bone infections
  • Frequent and difficult-to-clear skin infections
    • Abscesses
    • Chronic infection inside the nose
    • Furuncles
    • Impetiginized eczema (eczema complicated by an infection)
    • Impetigo
    • Perianal abscesses (abscesses around the anus)
  • Joint infections
  • Persistent diarrhea
  • Pneumonia
    • Occurs frequently
    • Difficult to cure
  • Swollen lymph nodes in the neck; those develop early in life, and stay swollen or occur frequently. The lymph nodes may form abscesses that require surgical drainage.

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Treatment -
for this disease is to have a bone marrow transplant that is the only cure for right now but it was discovered in 2008.
  • bone scan
  • chest x-ray
  • also a complete blood count
  • There is acute infection that should be treated right away with antibiotics.
  • For long term infections could cause early death even a result of repeated lung infections.
  • For more complications there is-
  • bone damage
  • lung damage
  • skin damage
  • and even chronic pneumonia

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this disease is a inherited disorder that is in immune system cells and phagocytes that don't funtion properly.
This disease can cause an ongoing sereve infection for the rest of their lives.
For the disease to be passed on both parents have to be defective gene in order to have the disease.
Girls are most likely to have the disease and pass it on to futher generations.
This could be cure if there are more cures and test for doctors could perform on patients in hospitals.
The disease could never be cure if we had more research and test that doctors could experiment.

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