ImmunoDisorders

ImmunoDisorders - Delayed cell mediated Contact Dermatitis...

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    Immunologic Disorders (Short Version) Type I hypersensitivity Type II hypersensitivity Type III hypersensitivity Type IV hypersensitivity Transplantation immunity Autoimmune diseases Immunodeficiency disorders
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    Immediate IgE – mediated  Figure 18.1
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    Localized anaphylaxis Figure 18.2
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    Generalized anaphylaxis Antigens become widespread Anaphylactic Shock Ex. Bee stings, peanuts, and penicillins
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    Type II hypersensitivity Cytotoxic Complement lysis Antibody – dependent cellular cytoxicity (ADCC) Ex: Rheumatic Fever
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    Type II hypersensitivity Transfusion reactions
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    Hemolytic disease (Type II  hypersensitivity) Figure 18.4
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    Type III hypersensitivity Immune complex – mediated Activates complement Inflammation EX: Glomerulonephritis
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    Type IV hypersensitivity Delayed cell – mediated Tuberculin skin test Contact hypersensitivities Infectious diseases
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Unformatted text preview: Delayed cell - mediated Contact Dermatitis Sensitized T lymphocytes Infectious disease Protective function cause tissue damage Ex. Leprosy, tuberculosis, leishmaniasis, herpes simplex Summary of hypersensitivity reactions Table 18.1 Table 18.04 Treatment of autoimmune diseases Immunosuppressants Anti – inflammatory drugs Replacement therapy Feeding or oral tolerance Immunodeficiency disorders Primary immunodeficiencies Secondary immunodeficiencies Primary immunodeficiencies Lack of B – cell function Lack of the different T – cell functions Lack of both T and B cell functions Defective phagocytes Secondary immunodeficiencies Malnutrition Immunosuppressive agents Infections Malignancies...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course BIOL 275 taught by Professor Sandoz/shreirer during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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