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MIP315Sample4 - PA315B Question Set #4 1. Anaphylaxis is...

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1 PA315B Question Set #4 1. Anaphylaxis is always a. a systemic response to an allergen. b. a process which is life threatening. c. a process that involves IgE d. the consequence of an antibody-mediated hypersensitivity response. e. all of the above 1. Type IV hypersensitivities: a. are allergies to plant catechols only. b. involve either local or systemic anaphylaxis c. the only hypersensitivity that is mediated by cytolytic T cells. d. are a consequence of mast cell degranulation. . e. none of the above. 3. Autoimmune diseases may be caused by: a. genetic factors b. viruses c. drugs d. bacteria e. all of the above 4. Autoimmune diseases are difficult to treat because a. T cells are resistant to antibiotics. b. the host’s immune system is attacking his/her own cells. c. lymph nodes are not accessible to most drugs. d. the thymus is isolated from circulating blood. e. all of the above. 5.
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