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37. What antigen does a person who is Rh positive have? Rh antigen38. What antigen does a person who is Rh negative have? None39. What happens if Rh+ blood is given to an Rh- recipient? The recipient will 40. What happens if an Rh- mother gives birth to a fetus that is Rh+ (the second birth)? Hemolytic disease of newborn; will cause jaundice41. How do we prevent Rh incompatibility reactions? Administer Rh immune 42. What are some autoimmune examples of Type II hypersensitivities? Graves’ 43. What is Grave’s disease? A type of hyperthyroidism; autoantibodies formed 44. What is Myasthenia Gravis? Disorder of the neuromuscular junction; 45. What is Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome? Disorder of the peripheral nervous
46. What is Type III Hypersensitivity? Antibodies form against and bind to 47. What happens once the antigen-antibody complex is formed in Type III hypersensitivities? Once the complex is formed, they are deposited in vessel 48. What does the immune and inflammatory response of Type III hypersensitivities cause? It causes cellular and tissue damage49. How is Type III hypersensitivity similar to Type II hypersensitivity? They are 50. How is Type III hypersensitivity different from Type II hypersensitivity? Type