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Immune Complex Diseases

Immune Complex Diseases: Introduction

Immune Complex Diseases: Diseases characterized by the presence of immune complexes which are clusters of antigens and antibodies locked together. Normally these immune complexes are removed from the blood by the spleen but sometimes they continue to circulate and may become trapped in various body tissues which causes inflammation and tissue damage. Examples of immune complex diseases includes malaria, viral hepatitis and autoimmune diseases. Symptoms will depend on the location of the inflammation and tissue damage. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Immune Complex Diseases is available below.

Symptoms of Immune Complex Diseases

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Causes of Immune Complex Diseases

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Immune Complex Diseases

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Clinical Trials for Immune Complex Diseases

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