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Immunology Repeated Infections but good response to immunizations!

A 3-year-old boy has a history of repeated pyogenic infections. He had normal antibody responses following childhood immunizations and normal recovery from chickenpox and measles. Decreased numbers or functional defects in which of the following cells best explains the cause of his infections?


(A) B lymphocytes
(B) Eosinophils
(C) Macrophages
(D) Neutrophils
(E) T lymphocytes

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B lymphocytes...!!!

memory cells...
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I think its D??
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neutrophils....NADPH oxidase def
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D is the ans.neutrophils
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