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NGR 5141 ADVANCED PATHO EXAM 1_2022 | NGR5141 ADVANCED PATHO EXAM 1_Graded A

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Immunity, Inflammation, and Infection Quiz Question 1 Many neonates have a transient depressed inflammatory response because of a(n): circulatory system that is too immature to adequately perfuse t... issues. insufficient number of mast cells respiratory system that is too immature to deliver oxygen to tissues deficiency in complement and chemotaxis Question 2 Once they have penetrated the first line of defense, which microorganisms do natural killer (NK) cells actively attack? bacteria fungi mycoplasma viruses Question 3 A person cannot contract canine distemper because the person has _____immunity to it. natural, innate or species specific active active acquired passive immunoglobulin-mediated Question 4 The first antibody of a typical primary immune response is: IgG IgM IgA IgD IgE Question 5 The immune response can be subdivided into two responses, humoral and cell mediated. These two mechanisms include all of the following except: B cells T cells bradykinin antibodies Question 6 Cytokines: produce erythrocytes may be produced by macrophages and lynphocytes are the the only hormones of the immune response B and C Question 7 Inflammation is triggered by: cellular injury microorganisms oxygen deprivation all of the above Question 8 The predominant phagocytic cells early in the inflammatory response are: neutrophils monocytes macrophages eosinophils Question 9 Hypersensitivity is best defined as: a reduced immune response found in most pathologic states a normal immune response to an infectious agent antigenic desensitization an excessive or inappropriate response of the immune system to a sensitizing antigen Question 10 Erythroblastosis fetalis is an example of: autoimmunity alloimmunity homoimmunity alleimmunity Question 11 What is the basic common characteristic of neutrophils and macrophages? mitotic diversion number in circulation phagocytosis opsonization Question 12 Both B and T cells are originally derived from cells of the: pancreas gut associated lymphoid tissue bone marrow thymus Question 13 The most severe immediate hypersen [Show More]

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