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Arch Dis Child. Apr 1998; 78(4): 371–372.
PMCID: PMC1717546

Hereditary CD4+ T lymphocytopenia


Two siblings suffering from mental retardation, progressive bronchiectasis, extensive warts, and persistent hepatitis B are described. The propositus also had an unusual physiognomy and non-specific colitis. Both patients had a marked decrease in the population of CD4+ helper T cells.

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