5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are the most common types of hypersensitivity to autoimmune diseases?
- Regulatory T lymphocytes
- How is Anaphylaxis treated?
- What is the function of B-Lymphocytes?
- Type of T-cell mediated hypersensitivity where CD4 positive T helper cells that secrete cytokine to recruit other cells mainly macrophages that mediate killing
- a tolerance to self antigens
- b III and IV
- c Delayed (DTH)
- d Epinephrine, Corticosteroids, Antihistaminics
- e upon antigenic stimulation, formation of plasma cells that secrete antibodies or immunoglobulins
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- cytotoxic, intracellular
- Anti-Inflammatory Medications, Bronchodilators
- material that is recognized as foreign by immune system
- Antibodies target cells for phagocytosis
- Contraction of smooth muscle, Vasodilatation (shock), Increased vascular permeability, Increased secretion of mucus
5 True/False Questions
What do T-lymphocytes do? → directly attack target or produce cytokines that kill the offending organism
How does Opsonization and phagocytosis work? → Circulating cells coated with antibodies (opsonized) with or without complement, Targets for phagocytosis by neutrophils and macrophages, Eliminated by spleen
Hypersensitivity reaction Type II → immune complex mediated
What is Humoral immunity mediated by? → antibody
Example of Type IV → Contact dermatitis, Graft rejection in organ transplantation