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skin manifestation of SLE
HLA-DR2
maternal IgG crosses placenta and attaches to fetal RBCs
graft vs host disease seen most with _____ transplants
rash only variant of lupus
mono uses which complement receptor
T-cell mediated toxicity is which type of HSR
hydralazine, procainamine can cause
what deposits in type III HSR
malignant hypertension from hyperplastic arteriolosclerosis can be a complication of what
anti DNA Topoisomerase/SCL-70 antibodies
test for type II HSR
main manifestation of lupus
X-linked form of SCID is due to no production of
most common lung infection with AIDS
which immunoglobulin is found on lumen or resp/GI tracts
initial edema of skin, then ulceration, desquamation, with secondary reynauds
3 symptoms with graft vs host disease
HIV entry into CD4 cells requires what 2 proteins
malar butterfly rash caused by what type HSR
serum against what diagnoses MCTD
MHC class I loci
heart problem with SLE
neutrophil degranulation
anti histones antibodies
what is spared in MCTD
RA, SLE, and polymyositis associted with what secondary form of disease
HLA-B27
anti-RNP (SS-A/SS-B)
contact dermatitis is which type of HSR
no class switching by B cell is activated
granuloma formations are which type of HSR
what immune cell kills cells that dont display proper MHC
sjogrens is destruction of ___ and ___ glands
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anemia, thrombocytopenia, and leukemia in SLE due to what HSR
malar butterfly rash is what type of necrosis
NK adhesion molecule
complement mediated inflammation of BM in lungs/kidneys
What drug can prevent acute vascular rejection by blocking IL-2 release
Chron disease is which type of HSR
disruption of cadherins with proteases and formation of vesicles on skin
HLA DR3/4
RA is which type of HSR
mnemonic for digeorge syndrome
screen aids with
complement defects can lead to what infections
75% of sjogrens patients have what
hyper-segmented neutrophils right or left shift
NK receptor for Fc of IgG
primary amyloidosis is associated with
find antibody deposits at dermal-epidermal junctions
you see neutrophils with big lobes with right or left ****
urticaria, eczema, hay fever, asthsma, angioedema
most common fungal infection in AIDS patients
primary amyloidosis is prodution of too much
test for type I HSR
enlarged gland syndrome
second signal for CD8 activation
hyper igm syndrome is caused by problem with
monoclonal antibody against T cell antigen site
which immunoglobulin kills parasites
anti dsDNA antibodies point to
anti-centrome antibodies
what is spared in drug-induced lupus
organ rejection when patient instantly becomes hypotensive, dies
failure of 3rd and 4th pouch development
no IgG in blood after 6 months
second signal for CD4 activation
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most common CNS infections with AIDS
opsonization and phagocytosis of RBCs
nonpolymorphic beta 2 globulin is found with a polymorphic alpha chain in which molecule
 
thrombocytopenia and eczema
GI dysmotility, malabsorption
the ratio of CD4 to CD8 should be
anti-Smith antibodies
clinical example of arthus reaction
streptococcal cell wall antigen planted in glomeruli
comfirm aids with
do you get deformities with arthritis
lupus anticoagulant can be seen with ___ and so can ___ which can creat a fake positive ___ test
asthama and drug hypersensitivity are what type of HSR
hemodyalisis-associted amyloidosis is too much
MHC genes are found on chromosome
hyperacute rejection is what type of HSR
sjogrens patients have a 40% risk of developing what malignancies
streptococcal antigen; cross reaction with heart and macrophage activation
delayed type HSR is which type of HSR
nuclear antigens with nephritis, skin lesions, etc
Type I HSR involves what cells
localized scleroderma mnemonic
special heart problem with SLE
HLA BW47
Hep B virus antigens in some cases causing vasculitis
Recurrent bacterial infections associated with development of autoimmune disorders and lymphoma and gastric cancer
which immunoglobulin is not produced as a free antibody
acute cellular rejection is what type of HSR
autosomal recessive form of SCID is due to what deficiency
the ratio of kappa to lambda should be
second signal for B cell activation
AIDS defining malignancies
dry mouth

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