5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Type AB
- Cell Mediated immunity
- Type 4
- a When would urticaria (hives) and transplant rejection?
- b Patient experiencing allergic reaction experiances highest levels of what type of immunoglobulin?
- c Location and degree of metastisis
- d No antibodies. Universal receiver.
- e an immune response in which killer T cells attack antigen-bearing cells directly
5 Multiple choice questions
- Initial exposure--IgM predominates, some IgG 4-8 days
- Very abnormal, poorly differentiated; severe dysplasia
- Immature and primitive, undifferentiated (no function), anaplasia
- Patient experiencing blood transfusion reaction experiances highest levels of what type of immunoglobulin?
- Day old baby who is breastfeeding receives what type of Immunoglobulin?
5 True/False questions
SIADH (syndrome of inappropriate anti-diuretic hormone) → Marker to recognize self and non-self
Determine the tissue type of a person
Type 1 (Hypersensitivity reaction) → Rapid Hypersensitivity (Humoral)
Can be local or systemic
Allergens inhaled, ingested, contacted or injected
Reaction comes from within.
Reaction involves IgE, mast cells, chemical mediators.
Antagonists → tissue of origin ex: sarcoma=bone
Initiation → We intervene to decrease progression.
ex:smoking cessation, dietary consultation
Artificial Active Immunity → an act that sets in motion some course of events
ex:smoking, high fat diet, HTN, etc.