Chapter 21

37 Questions  I  By Nenegto04 on June 11, 2009
Anatomy :Immune System

  
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1.  B and T cells are
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2.  What is the effect of a massive release of histamine?
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3.  What is the name of a severe hypersensitivity reaction?
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4.  You had measles as a child.  Which of the following best describes your immunity to measles?
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5.  An allergen is a(n)
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6.  A booster
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7.  A severe anaphylactic reaction causes death by
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8.  Which of the following is the treatment of choice for an anaphylactic reaction?
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9.  Which of the following represents specific immunity?
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10.  Redness, heat, swelling, and pain are indicative of
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11.  Phagocytosis
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12.  IgE, IgA, and IgG are
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13.  This cell engages in cell-to-cell combat
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14.  Which of the following are most associated with plasma cells and antibodies?
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15.  Which of the following is (are) most related to antibody-mediated immunity?
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16.  Which of the following cells engulfs the pathogen to achieve "antigen presentation"?
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17.  Which of the following is classified as killer, helper, suppressor, and memory?
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18.  Which of the following T cells destroys pathogens by punching holes in their cell membrane and secreting lymphokines?
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19.  Because antibodies are carried by the blood, this type of immunity is also called
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20.  Which cells secrete a lymphokine that stimulates both T and B cells?
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21.  A vaccine
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22.  These T cells do not participate in the destruction of the pathogen, but allow for a more rapid response if the antigen is presented at a later time.
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23.  HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) produces severe impairment of the immune system by attacking these cells
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24.  Which of the following conditions is most common in people with AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome)?
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25.  Which of the following is most associated with a low plasma level of antibodies?
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26.  What is the term that refers to the level of antibodies in your blood?
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27.  Which of the following indicates why you will not get chickenpox as an adult is you were infected as a child?
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28.  Binding of the bee venom allergen to antibodies on the mast cells causes a massive release of which substance?
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29.  Which of the following is most related to the placental transfer of antibodies from mother to the fetus?
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30.  What is the term that refers to the use of dead or attenuated pathogens to stimulate antibody production?
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31.  What is the name of the toxin that has been altered so that it is harmless, yet still antigenic?
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32.  The purpose of vaccination is to provide an initial exposure to an antigen to stimulate the formation of __________________.
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33.  A breastfed infant is initially immune to the same diseases as her mom.  Which of the following describes the infant's immunity?
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34.  Which of the following is characterized by a local tissue response to T cell activity?
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35.  Which of the following is true of activation of mast cells?
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36.  Which group in incorrect?
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37.  Which group is incorrect?
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