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In DiGeorge syndrome, patients are missing this primary lymphoid organthymus
96.3%
Most common B cell deficiency disease involves a lack of this immunoglobulinIgA
88.9%
In SCID, patients will have normal function of these immune cellsNatural killer cells and phagocytes
88.9%
An immunoglobulin that is a sign of an infection from the pastIgG
88.9%
Characterized by complete lack of Ig, Bcells, germinal centers, tonsils, adenoidsX-linked agammaglobulinemia
85.2%
HIGM is characterized by an elevated level of this immunoglobulinIgM
85.2%
Most common type of SCID involves a deficiency of this:Adenosine deaminase
85.2%
Acute infection involves high levels of this IgIgM
85.2%
The highest contraindication for transplantationactive infection
85.2%
In this disease, the donor cells attack the recipientGraft vs Host disease
85.2%
definition: pus formingpyogenic
81.5%
XLA is due to a defect in this genebtk
81.5%
This receptor is responsible for a failure of class switchingCD40:CD40L
81.5%
SCID is an emergency this age grouppediatrics
81.5%
A four fold increase in titer is called:seroconversion
81.5%
This type of graft comes from twins and mice with identical MHCsyngeneic or isograft
81.5%
Type of rejection that occurs within hourshyperacute
81.5%
Type of rejection that occurs in days to weeksacute
81.5%
The treatment of choice for CVID is:IVIg
77.8%
SCID due to defect in common cytokine gamma chain, IL4, 7, IFNgammaX-linked
74.1%
Low height and weight, eczema, otitis media, and lack of response to Tindependent type 2 antigens are symptoms of this diseaseWiskott Aldrich syndrome
74.1%
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The treatment for pts with advanced disease for which alternative therapies are either nonexistent or have failedtransplant
74.1%
This graft comes from fraternal twins and all other strangersallogeneic
74.1%
Type of rejection that occurs in 3-5 daysaccelerated
74.1%
major cause of graft failuregraft rejection
74.1%
btk is necessary for this cell's developmentB cell
70.4%
To improve the survival of transplanted kidneys, one would be wise to match this MHCHLA
70.4%
Acronym: HLAhuman leukocyte antigen
70.4%
A deficiency of these immune cells leads to difficulty with virusesT cells
66.7%
Symptom of IgA deficiencyRecurrent ear and respiratory infections, GI infections, dental caries, pneumonia
66.7%
This immunodeficiency affects both B and T cellsSevere combined immunodeficiency
66.7%
Patients who suffer from Wiskott Aldrich syndrome have defective organization of this cellular structurecytoskeleton
66.7%
TI-2 antigens involve this organic structure:polysaccharide
66.7%
A deficiency of these immune cells leads to difficulty with encapsulated bacteria such as strep and HibB cells
63%
Definition: A measure of relative specific antibody concentration in serumtiter
63%
This disease manifests as skin rash, diarrhea, jaundice, and bone marrow dysfunctionGraft vs Host disease
59.3%
A graft puts a patient at high risk of infection from this opportunistic speciesvirus
55.6%
Definition: movement disorders and abnormal superficial blood vessel developmentataxia telangectasia
51.9%
Acronym: ALLacute lymphocytic leukemia
51.9%
Receptor found on hematopoietic stem cells aka bone marrow producersCD34+ cells
44.4%
This type of graft is more efficacious but there is a higher chance of relapseautologous graft
44.4%
Serum levels from wiskott aldrich patients often show this traitlymphopenia
40.7%

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