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If cortisol is high _______ is suppressed, decreasing inflammation.
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It
Hypersensitivity Type? Antibody can cause destruction, work with complement to destroy, help B lymphocytes destroy or help T lymphocytes to destroy...
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Type ll (tissue specific)
Type of hypersensitivity? Person has an initial exposure to an antigen that gets into the cells and changes the DNA. During secondary exposure, the antigen is attacked immediately.
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Type IV (cell mediated)
In type I immune responses, what immunoglobulin is suppressed to achieve desensitization?
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IgG
Hypersensitivity Type? Mediated by the Tc or lymphokine producing Td cells. Doesn't involve antibody.
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Type IV (cell mediated)
Hypersensitivity Type? Graft rejection, tumor rejection, (+) ppd, poison ivy, RA and DMI...
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Type IV
Hypersensitivity Type? Cell Mediated
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Type IV
Hypersensitivity Type? Raynaud's phenomenon, Lupus
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Type III (immune complex mediated)
Hypersensitivity type? IgE mediated
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Type I
What type of hypersensitivity? Occurs in 2 stages: sensitization and response and IgE antibodies
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Type I
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A patient has a butterfly rash, oral ulcers, serositis, and a renal disorder. What hypersensitivity type is most likely the cause?
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Type III (immune complex mediated)
Hypersensitivity type? Immune complex mediated
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Type III
Hypersensitivity type? Anaphylaxis, bronchospasm-spasm, edema, hypotension, decreased blood flow to organs, conjunctivitis, urticaria, GI cramping...
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Type I
Hypersensitivity type? ABO reaction; heparin induced thrombocytopenia, bleeding, hemorrhage, bruising...
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Type II (tissue specific)
Type of immune response? Contact Dermatitis
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Type I (IgE mediated) or Type IV (T cell mediated)
Hypersensitivity type? Tissue-specific relations
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Type II
Hypersensitivity type? An antigen triggers an antibody to deposit itself where it doesn't belong. Macrophages and neutrophils destroy tissue trying to get the embedded antigen.
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Type III
A person who has T cell deficiencies are more likely to be infected by...
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Viral, fungal, yeast or atypical organisms.
For children, _______ to _______ infections a year is a concern.
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6 to 12
For adults, _______ to _______ infections a year is a concern.
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2 to 4
  
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