5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Disease consequences
- Seven Warning Signs of Cancer
- Malignant transformation
- Type 4
- a What type of reaction would contact dermatitis elicit?
- b decreased immunity & blood producing functions, altered GI structure and function, motor and sensory deficits, decreased respiratory function
- c Initial exposure--IgM predominates, some IgG 4-8 days
- d initation, Promotion, Progression , Metastasis
- e C hange in bowel or bladder habits
A sore that does not heal
U nusual bleeding or discharge from body orifice
T hickening or a lump in the breast or elsewhere
I ndigestion or difficulty in swallowing
O bvious change in a wart or mole
N agging cough or hoarseness
5 Multiple choice questions
- Cell Mediated Response (Delayed Hypersens.)
Recognition and response of T lymphocytes to foreign antigen (external or internal)
Antibody and complement system are not involved.
Mediators: Cytokines, T cytotoxic cells, monocytes/macrophages, lysosomal enzymes
EX: allergic contact dermatitis, transplant rejection
- Gary ate my dead elephant.
- When would urticaria (hives) and transplant rejection?
- Early recognition and treatment, palliative, high-dose corticosteroids and radiation, surgery, back or neck braces to reduce pressure
- radiation therapy administered at a distance from the body.
5 True/False questions
IgA → Pt (first time infection) experiences highest level of what type of immunoglobulin?
Grade X → Cannot be differentiated (cannot be assessed)
sympathomimetic/decongestant drug → vasoconstriction of peripheral blood vessels, relaxation of bronchial smooth muscle
Grade II → More abnormal, moderate differentation & dysplasia
Type 1 (Rapid Hypersensitivity) "atopic allergy" → Reactions involve IgE mast cells, chemical mediators
Labs: increased eosinophils, igE
Allergy testing--skin test, oral food challenges, avoidance therapy, environmental changes, drug therapies/patient education.....antihistamines (block h1/h2 receptors), sympathomimetic/decongestant drugs, corticosteriods, antipruritic meds (anti-itch), mast cell-stabilizing meds, leukotriene receptor antagonists