Category: Immunologic Implantation Dysfunction

Diagnosing and Treating Immunologic Implantation Dysfunction (IID)

Central to making a diagnosis of an immunologic implantation dysfunction (IID) is a need for the appropriate interpretation of Natural Killer Cell Activity (NKa). In this regard, one of the commonest and most serious errors, is interpret the blood concentration … Read more

Management of Immunologic Implantation Dysfunction (IID)

In the United States, effective treatment of NK/CTL activation associated with either alloimmune or autoimmune implantation dysfunction requires the administration of primarily Intralipid (IL). Such treatment is much more likely to be successful in the case of` autoimmune implantation dysfunction Read more