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5 Matching questions

  1. Antagonists
  2. Procrit
  3. HLAs (Human Leukocyte Antigens)
  4. GAMDE
  5. Type 3 (Hypersensitivity reaction)
  1. a Marker to recognize self and non-self
    Determine the tissue type of a person
  2. b What med stimulates growth of RBC's?
  3. c Immune-Complex Reactions Humoral (Auto immune)
    Involves antigen-antibody complexes.
    IgM and IgG involved.
    Mediators:Nurtophils, complement lysis
    May involve localized or systemic inflammatory response, may be accute or chronic
    Treatment:Target the cause of the manifestations
  4. d antiandrogens, and antiestrogens
  5. e Gary ate my dead elephant.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. More abnormal, moderate differentation & dysplasia
  2. process of moving forward, developing
    (no contact inhibition)
  3. 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
  4. A response to tissue injury and invasion of organisms
  5. an immune response in which killer T cells attack antigen-bearing cells directly

5 True/False questions

  1. Agonists (medications) of hormone therapyArtificial, serum immune globulins/antibody injections

          

  2. Histologictissue of origin ex: sarcoma=bone

          

  3. Natural Passive ImmunityArtificial, serum immune globulins/antibody injections

          

  4. IgE (0.002%)Plasma/Interstitial fluid
    Allergies, parasitic infections

          

  5. Inflammatory response sequencean immediate, short term protective response against tissue injury & foreign proteins
    The response may occur with or without infection