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Flashcards in Hypersensitivity, Allergy, & Chronic Inflammation Deck (20):
1

What is anaphylaxis?

a sever immediate reaction to a non-pathogenic antigen

2

What Types of Hypersensitivity rare humorally?

1
2
3

3

What type of Hypersensitivity are Cell-mediated?

4

4

Degranulation is what type of hypersensitivity?

Type I

5

Complement ADCC is what type of hypersensitivity?

Type II

6

Antibody complex deposition is what type of hypersensitivity?

Type III

7

T Cell sensitization is what type of hypersensitivity?

Type IV

8

What activates type I Hypersensitivity?

IgE
Mast Cells
Eosinophils

9

What response to Helminth?

Th2

10

What responses first in a type I inflammation?

Mast cells

11

Histamine
Heparin
Proteases appear in what?

secondary exposure

12

What is the most effective allegry treatment?

Allergy shots

13

What is Hyposensitization

(KNOW HOW YO SPELL THIS)
Repeated exposure to escalating dosages of allergens to reduce type I responses

14

What activates type II Hypersensitivity?

IgG
IgM

15

What is Rhogam good for?

Prevents B-cell eactivation and memory cell formation in fetus

16

Newborn Hemolytic disease occurs in what?

2nd Pregnancy
Rh- mother and Rh+ fetus

17

What activates type III Hypersensitivity?

IgG

18

What activates type IV Hypersensitivity?

T Cells

19

There are two phases to Type IV hypersensitivity?

Sensitization
Effector

20

Pentadecacatechol is what kind of sensitivity?

Type IV