Diseases that affect both the immune system and circulatory system include temporal arteritis and other autoimmune vasculitides, immune-modulated hemolytic anemias, and lupus-related heart disease, for a few examples.
Not all bacteria cause damage to our system. some are used in medicines to counter-attack other bacterias or viruses which affect our health. if our organs and systems are not immune, we're exposed to diseases caused by bacterias. therefore it… Full Answer
Probably the disease most commonly recognized as a disease of the immune system is Human immunodeficiency virus infection/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS), which is known as a secondary immune deficiency disorder (secondary = caused by something acting on the body, like… Full Answer
There are many diseases that involve some aspect of the immune system function or malfunction. The most obvious would be infectious diseases such as bacterial, viral and parasitic infections. Hormones affect the immune system, so diseases that disrupt normal hormonal… Full Answer