07 Study Guide

  1. Graves disease



    C. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
  2. Serum sickness
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
  3. Allergic rhinitis
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    a. IgE-mediated
  4. Systemic lupus erythematosus
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
  5. Contact dermatitis
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
  6. Hemolytic anemia
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
  7. Tuberculin reaction
    a. IgE-mediated
    b. cytotoxic/tissue-specific reaction
    c. immune complex reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
    d. cell-mediated reaction
  8. Immunologic responses recognized as disease are:



    C. Both a and b are correct. (a. immediate hypersensitivities. b. delayed hypersensitivities.)
  9. Which is not a characteristic of hypersensitivity?



    A. prior contact unnecessary to elicit a response
  10. When the body produces antibodies against its own tissue, it is:




    C. an autoimmune disease.
  11. Which hypersensitivity is cause by poison ivy?



    D. Type IV
  12. The mechanism for hypersensitivity for drugs is:




    D. a, b, and c are correct. (a. Type I. b. Type II. c. Type III.)
  13. Which is not an autoimmune disease?




    B. transfusion reaction
  14. Damage in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) results from the formation of antigen/antibody complexes mediated by:




    D. the humoral immune system and complement.
  15. The classical complement cascade begins with:



    D. antigen/antibody complexes binding to a component of the complement system.
  16. An alloimmune disorder is:




    A. erythroblastosis fetalis.
  17. Immunodeficiencies occur because of impaired function of:




    D. All of the above are correct.
  18. An X-linked recessive disorder of immune deficiency involves a deficit of:




    D. IgM
  19. Deficiencies in B cell immune responses are suspected when unusual or recurrent severe infections are caused by:




    C. encapsulated bacteria.
  20. DiGeorge syndrome is a primary immune deficiency caused by:




    D. congenital lack of thymic tissue.
  21. Secondary or acquired immunodeficiencies:




    E. a, b, and c are correct. (a. develop after birth. b. may be caused by viral infections. c. may develop following immunosuppressive therapy.)
  22. Rejection of a kidney transplant occurred after 2 weeks. The reaction was because of:




    E. Both b and c are correct. (b. immune response against donor HLA antigens. c. a type IV hypersensitivity.)
  23. SCID exhibits:



    D. B and T cell deficits.
  24. A positive HIV antibody test signifies that the:



    B. individual is infected with HIV and likely so for life.
  25. Which is incorrect regarding AIDS?



    C. The patient will have increased numbers of CD4 cells or helper T cells.
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07 Study Guide
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Hypersensitivities, Infection, and Immune Deficiencies
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