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Rhinitis

I

2

Hay fever

i

3

Eczema

i

4

Hives

i

5

Asthma

i

6

Bee sting

i

7

Some / foood drug allerhy

i

8

Acute hemolytic transfusion reactions

II

9

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia

II

10

Bullous pemphigoid

II

11

Erythroblastosis fetalis

II

12

Goodpasture syndrome

II

13

Graves disease

II

14

GUllain - Barre syndrome

II

15

Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura

II

16

Myasthenia gravis

II

17

Pemphigus vulgaris

II

18

Pernicious anemia

II

19

Rheumatic fever

II

20

Athrus reaction ( swelling and inflamation following tetanus vaccime)

III

21

SLE

III

22

Polyarteritis nodosa

III

23

Post- streptococcal glomerulonephitis

III

24

Serum sickness

III

25

Poison ivy dermatitis

iV

26

Nickel allergy

IV

27

Graft-versus host disease

IV

28

Multiple sclerosis

IV

29

PPD (test for M. tuberculosis)

IV

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• What three traits commonly characterize a type I hypersensitivity reaction?

Immediate, anaphylactic, and atopic

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What trait commonly characterizes a type II hypersensitivity reaction?

The disease tends to be specific to tissue or site where antigen is found

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What associations commonly characterize a type III hypersensitivity reaction?

Vasculitis and systemic manifestations

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What is unique about the type IV hypersensitivity reaction as compared to the other types?

The response is delayed and does not involve antibodies (vs. types I, II, and III)