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  1. abnormal spleen enlargement that can be caused by scarlet fever, syphilis or typhoid fever
  2. a type of lymphoma characterized as painless swelling of the lymph nodes in the neck, progressing to other regions
  3. chronic inflammatory disease caused by a widespread attack of self antigens by the immune system (autoimmunity); characterized by a red rash on the face or other signs
  4. a disease in which the human immunodeficiency virus attacks T-cells, thereby compromising the body's immune system

3 True/False questions

  1. Contact dermatitisa local skin inflammation lasting a few hours or days after being exposed to the antigen (poison ivy)

          

  2. Lymphomaan abnormal condition in which tissues exhibit swelling (edema) because of accumulation of lymph

          

  3. Lymphedemaan abnormal condition in which tissues exhibit swelling (edema) because of accumulation of lymph