1- Infantile and child hood groups were recorded a high prevalence 34.7% and 27.5% respectively than adult age group (37.9%). Males were highly affected with AD in age groups ( 1,4,5) , while females predominated male in groups (2,3). In general, the male: female ratio of infection with AD was ( 1:1.29) (P< 0.001). 2- Face and face & neck were the commonest sites of predilection of AD lesions ( 33.1 % and 20%) respectively . 3- A high correlations between family and personal histories were shown with AD. 4- Dry type of skin , sub acute pattern of disease course, and mild to severe degree of severity were predominant forms in AD patients. 5- The values of Hb, RBCs count and basophiles of AD patients were under the normal or control means , while values of ESR, WBCs count , lymphocytes count , eosinophiles and platelets count were higher than normal means . On other hands , values of differential neutrophils , lymphocytes and monocytes were within normal means (P< 0.001) . 6- The study showed a high significant elevation of various types of cluster of differentiation (CD): ( CD3 ,CD4 , CD8 , CD19 ) .Also , all means of concentration of immunoglobulin (Ig) ( IgA, IgG , IgM
Ihsan Edan Abulkareem Alhillali Alsaimary
Professor in medical bacteriology & molecular immunology and staff member in college of medicine university of Basrah, Iraq 82 published articles18 published book436 participation in scientific conferencessupervisor on 12 post graduate students18 patents or inventions114 international medals and cup.
Sundis S. Bakr
Khalil I. Alhamdi
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immunology, bacteriology, dermatology, atopic dermatitis / eczema syndrome
MEDICAL / General