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Which cell, known as the "helper cell," is vital in activating the immune response? T4 lymphocyte
Which components of the immune system is referred to as "cell-mediated" in its immune response? T lymphocytes
Which cell plays an active role in suppressing the immune response once the antigenic stimulus has been eliminated? T8 lymphocyte
Which components of the white blood cell count makes up the largest percent of the differential? SEGMENTED NEUTROPHILS
Which cell would have the ability to remember the Haemophilus antigen fro a prior infection? LYMPHOCYTES
Which component of the white blood cell count would be the first to respond to the antigen? SEGMENTED NEUTROPHILS
Which types of cells produce antibodies? B lymphocytes through plasma cells
Which components of the immune system is referred to as "humorally mediated" in its immune response? B lymphocytes
Which cell secretes lymphokines (biological response modifiers? T lymphocyte
Which antibody mediates allergic reactions? IgE
What is the most dominant antibody in adult life? IgG
What are common clinical presentations of multiple myeloma? PATHOLOGIC FRACTURES AND BONE PAIN
Which immunologic disorder presents with Bence-Jones proteinuria? ACUTE MYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA
Which phase of chronic myelocytic leukemia can resemble an acute leukemia? BLAST CRISIS
Which condition occurs with the graft-versus-host response to transplanted bone marrow? THE TRANSPLANTED CELLS REJECT NORMAL CELLS.
At what point does spontaneous bleeding become a nursing concern in the patient receiving chemotherapy? PLATELET COUNT < 20,000/mm3
Which is the characteristic of disseminated intravascular clotting (DIC)? INCREASED LEVELS OF FIBRINOGEN DEGRADATION PRODUCTS.
The thrombolytic effect of plasmin is due to which action? BREAKING DOWN OF FIBRIN
Which test is used to diagnose a hemolytic transfusion reaction? COOMBS TEST
What is another name for factor I? FIBRINOGEN
Which antibody is naturally present in bodily secretions? IgA
What is the first stage in the coagulation process? ACTIVATION OF THROMBOPLASTIN
tPA has potential advantages over streptokinase. What are these potential advantages? It is clot-specific as opposed to systemic and has a shorter half-life.
Which component is primarily stored in the spleen? PLATELETS
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