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vet vocab

veterinary vocabulary

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proteins produced by the immune system in response to antigens; an important component of the immune system antibody
a foreign substance that stimulates an immune response antigen
inflammation of a joint. Caused by abnormal stress on a normal joint, or by normal stress on an abnormal joint. Polyarthritis is immune mediated, and is arthritis in multiple joints arthritis
failure of the immune system to differentiate the body’s own cells from foreign substances, triggering an inflammatory response against self. autoimmune disease
the body produces antibodies directed against its own red blood cells, causing their destruction. FYI: Many if not all of the autoimmune anemias have antibodies that attack related, similar blood types, donor RBC’s too. autoimmune hemolytic anemia
any of the chromosomes other than the sex pair, the ‘X’ or ‘Y’ chromosomes. benign – not cancerous or malignant. autosomal
deposits of calcium found in small lumps under the skin, in the tongue, or attached to tendons or in joint capsules. calcinosis circumscripta
Created by: camillia95