Review Immune - 3 Immunopathology Instruction: Match the...

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3 Immun o p a t h ol o g y Instruction: Match  the numbered  words  or  phrases  with the most appropriate  lettered  item.  Each  lettered   item can  be  used  more  than once. A. Type I hypersensitivity reaction B. Type II hypersensitivity reaction C. Type III hypersensitivity reaction D. Type IV hypersensitivity reaction E. Graft-versus-host reaction 1. An important complication of bone marrow transplantation 2. Hay fever 3. Hemolytic anemia resulting from hypersensitivity to a drug that acts as a hapten 4. Systemic lupus erythematosus 5. Contact dermatitis to rubber gloves 6. Asthma 7. Poison ivy skin reaction 13. Atopic dermatitis 14. Anaphylactic shock following a bee sting 15. Serum sickness 16. Blood transfusion reaction *17. Rejection of skin xenograft 18. Rh incompatibility reaction in the fetus Answers: 1. E, 2. A, 3. B, 4. C, 5. D, 6. A, 7. D, 8. C, 9. B, 10. B, 11. B, 12. D, 13. A, 14. A, 15. C, 16. B, 17. D, 18. B Instruction: Choose  the one  best answer. 19. Which set of lymphocytes is decreased the most in the blood of patients with AIDS? A. B lymphocytes B. T-helper lymphocytes
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C. T-suppressor/cytotoxic lymphocytes D. Natural killer cells E. Bone marrow stem cell precursor of lymphocytes Answer: C 20. Antibodies are produced by: A. B lymphocytes B. T-suppressor/cytotoxic lymphocytes C. Monocytes D. Plasma cells E. Eosinophils Answer: D 22. Which of the following diseases is mediated by immunoglobulin E (IgE) attached to mast cells? A. Hay fever (allergic rhinitis) B. Systemic lupus erythematosus C. Sarcoidosis D. Polyarteritis nodosa E. Ankylosing spondylitis Answer: A 26. All the following are considered autoimmune diseases except: A. Systemic lupus erythematosus B. Multiple sclerosis C. Primary biliary cirrhosis D. Pemphigus vulgaris E. AIDS Answer: E 29. Which of the following is a common feature of AIDS? A. Burkitt’s lymphoma B. Ankylosing spondylitis C. Sarcoidosis D. Kaposi’s sarcoma E. Graft-versus-host reaction Answer: D 30. Human immunodeficiency virus can be transmitted from an infected person by all the following routes except: A. Heterosexual intercourse B. Handshake C. Intravenous injection using infected needles D. Blood transfusions E. Transplacentally from mother to fetus Answer: B
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ANSWERS TO TEXT “REVIEW QUESTIONS” 1. What is the main difference between natural and acquired immunity? (a) Inflammation is critical component of natural immunity. It represents the response of the microcirculation to all forms of acute tissue injury and does not require prior exposure to a pathogen. In contrast, acquired immunity is pathogen specific and requires previous antigen exposure. Natural immunity (inflammation) is mediated primarily by segmented neutrophils (polymorphonuclear leukocytes), mast cells, natural killer cells, and macrophages. Acquired immunity is primarily mediated by B and T lymphocytes. 2. What are the functions of properdin and lysozyme?
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2008 for the course MIP 315A taught by Professor Callahan during the Fall '08 term at Colorado State.

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