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Complement deficiency

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  1. a condition of absent or suboptimal functioning of one of the complement system proteins

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  2. The disorders can be divided into two categories

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  3. Disorders of the proteins which act to inhibit the complement system (such as C1-inhibitor) can lead to an overactive response, causing conditions such as hereditary angioedema and hemolytic-uremic syndrome

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  4. Disorders of the proteins which act to activate the complement system (such as C3) can lead to an underactive response, causing greater susceptibility to infections

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  5. Because there are redundancies in the immune system, many complement disorders are never diagnosed

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