The Consequences of an Aberrant Immune System Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How do epinephrine and cortical steroids cause leukocytosis?

Question 2 2. The major types of antibodies involved in type III hypersensitivity includes:

Question 3 3. Acetaminophen is an example of a/an _____, which is a substance that is used to reduce a fever.

Question 4 4. As a general concept, the word Tumor is most precisely defined as a(n):

Question 5 5. The principal antibody involved in immediate hypersensitivity reactions is:

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is NOT associated with fever?

Question 7 7. Since spring began, Marty has experienced sneezing, watery eyes, and a runny nose. He recently was tested for allergies and was prescribed Benadryl to help suppress the inflammation in his body. Benadryl is an example of a/an _____.

Question 8 8. Which of the following structures regulate our body's temperature?

Question 9 9. Steroids suppress the immune system by:

Question 10 10. What is the technical term for fever?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is a disease condition associated with type II hypersensitivity?

Question 12 12. Which is the correct order for the inflammatory response?

Question 13 13. What role do Cytokines play when the body is combating inflammation?

Question 14 14. Jeremy's own body cells and receptors are under attack by antibodies that his body produced. These types of antibodies are referred to as _____.

Question 15 15. Inflammatory mediators may be, or have derivatives made of all of the following, EXCEPT:

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Question 16 16. An example of a type I hypersensitivity includes:

Question 17 17. Choose the best time frame for the development of type IV hypersensitivity reactions

Question 18 18. The following are the typical consequences of type III hypersensitivity reactions

Question 19 19. The main compound involved in type I hypersensitivity is:

Question 20 20. Type IV hypersensitivity is mediated by:

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Question 21 21. Lamar has been diagnosed with myasthenia gravis. Which of the following is NOT a symptom you would expect him to have?

Question 22 22. What is leukocytosis?

Question 23 23. An immune response specific to self-antigens is known as _____.

Question 24 24. Heidi was recently diagnosed with gout and prescribed prednisone by her physician. How will this type of medication reduce her inflammation?

Question 25 25. The main cells involved in type I hypersensitivity are:

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Question 26 26. Type IV hypersensitivity is also known as:

Question 27 27. What do we call molecules and free radicals derived from oxygen that are involved in the process of inflammation?

Question 28 28. Mark is suffering from inflammation and is showing signs of dolor and rubor. He is experiencing which of the following symptoms?

Question 29 29. What is chronic inflammation?

Question 30 30. Gary has been taking Celebrex (an NSAID) to treat his arthritis for a few months. However, his physician recently discovered that Gary has a history of ulcers. Why might this be a problem?

The Consequences of an Aberrant Immune System Chapter Exam Instructions

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