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ACTIVE IMMUNITY THE BODY MUST FIND AND RECOGNIZE FOREIGN ANTIGEN THEN CREATE ANTIBODY AGAINST IT
ALLERGY HISTAMINE CAUSES VESSELS TO LEAKY RESULTING RUNNY NOSE WATERY EYES ITCHING SKIN
ALLOGRAFTS GRAFTS TAKEN FROM AN UNRELATED PERSON
ANAPHYLAXIS COLLAPSE OF CIRCULATION DEATH CAN OCCUR WITHIN MINUTES
ANTIBODY THEY ATTACH TO AND DESTROY THE FOREIGN ANTIGENS ALSO CALLED IMMUNOGLOBULINS
ANTIGEN IDENTIFYING MARKER ON THE SURFACE OF A CELL
AUTOGRAFT TRANSPLANT THAT INVOLVES MOVING TISSUE FROM ONE AREA TO ANOTHER IN THE SAME PERSON
AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE OCCURS WHEN CELLS OR TISSUES OF THE BODY COME UNDER ATTACK BY T CELLS BECAUSE THEY ARE MISTAKENLY IDENIFIED AS FOREIGN
CELL MEDIATED IMMUNITY IMMUNITY CREATED BY THE T LYMPHOCYTES THAT IS RESPONSBLE FOR RECOGNIZING THE BODYS OWN ANTIGENS AS BEING DIFFERENT FROM FOREIGN ANTIGENS
HUMORAL IMMUNITY IMMUNITY CREATED BY B CELLS THAT CIRCULATE IN THE BLOOD SEARCHING FOR AND DESTROYING FOREIGN ANTIGENS SUCH AS BACTERIA AND MOLD
IMMUNITY PROTECTION OF THE BODY AGAINST FOREIGN SUBSTANCES
IMMUNOGLOBULIN MADE BY B LYMPHOCYTES IN RESPONSE TO FOREIGN ANTIGENS IN THE BODY
INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE PAIN REDNESS HEAT AND SWELLING THAT OCCUR WHEN THE SKIN HAS BEEN BROKEN THIS RESPONSE PREVENTS FOREIGN SUBSTANCES FROM ENTERING
ISOGRAFT TRANSPLANT GRAFT PERFORMED BETWEEN IDENTICAL TWINS TISSUE TYPES ARE THE SAME IN IDENTICAL TWINS SO ANTIGENS ON THE TISSUES ARE IDENTICAL
NATURAL FLORA BACTERIA THAT LIVE NORMALLY IN AND ON THE BODY
NONSPECIFIC IMMUNITY TYPE OF IMMUNITY THAT COMPRISES THE DEFENSES WITH WHICH WE ARE BORN ALSO CALLED NATURAL OR INNATE IMMUNITY
PASSIVE IMMUNITY TYPE OF IMMUNITY IN WHICH THE BODY DOES NOT HAVE TO DETECT A FOREIGN ANTIGEN AND MAKE AN ANTIBODY BEFORE IMMUNITY CAN OCCUR SUCH AS A FETUS RECEIVING IMMUNOGLOBULINS ACROSS THE PLACEENTA AND THROUGH BREAST MILK
PRIMARY RESPONSE RESPONSE OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WHEN THE BODY FIRST COMES IN CONTACT WITH A FOREIGN ANTIGEN
SECONDARY RESPONSE RESPONSE OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WHEN A FOREIGN ANTIGEN RETURNS
SPECIFIC IMMUNITY TYPE OF IMMUNITY THAT IS NOT INBORN SO THE BODY MUST FIRST COME IN CONTACT WITH FOREIGN SUBSTANCE BEFORE DEFENSES CAN BE MADE AGAINST IT
XENOGRAFT TRANSPLANT GRAFTS WHERE THE DONATED TISSUE COMES FROM A DIFFERENT ANIMAL SPECIES
PEYERS PATCHES MASSES OF TISSUE THAT RESEMBLE TONSILS AND ARE LOCATED IN THE SMALL INTESTINES
LYMPHATIC VESSELS BEGIN AS LYMPH CAPILLARIES IN THE TISSUES OF THE BODY
LYMPH THIS FLUID ENTERS THE LYMPHATIC VESSELS
LYMPH NODES MASS OF TISSUE CAN RANGE IN SIZE PEA TO MARBLE FOUND CLUSTERED AROUND THE LYMPH VESSELS
MACROPHAGES CELLS THAT ENGULF FOREIGN SUBSTANCES AND CELL DEBRIS
LYMPHOCYTES AGRANULOCYTIC LEUKOCYTES THAT INCREASE IN RESPONSE TO FOREIGN SUBSTANCES PROVIDE IMMUNITY ALSO CALLED B AND T CELLS
PRIMARY LYMPHOID TISSUES PRODUCE CELLS RESPONSIBLE FOR IMMUNITY THESE TISSUES ARE THE BONE MARROW THYMUS GLAND
SECONDARY LYMPHOID TISSUES AID THE IMMUNE SYSTEM THEY ARE SPLEEN TONSILS PEYERS PATCHES
BONE MARROW THE RED BONE MARROW SPECIFICALLY MAKES ALL BLOOD CELLS
THYMUS GLAND LOCATED IN THE CHEST INFERIOR TO THE THYROID GLAND ANTERIOR TO THE HEART
SPLEEN IT FILTERS BLOOD CLEANSING IT OF BACTERIA VIRUSES AND OTHER DEBRIS
TONSILS TONSILS TRAP AND DETROY ANY FOREIGN SUBSTANCES ENTERING THE MOUTH
TONSILLITIS BECOMES RED AND SWELL AND SORE
INTERSTITIAL FLUID BLOOD PLASMA THAT BROUGHT NUTRIENTS TO THE TISSUES BUT DID NOT GET FULLY REABSORBED BY DRAINING THE EXCESS FLUID FROM THE TISSUES
ANATOMICAL DEFENSE IS THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINEST HARMFUL SUBSTANCES
PHYSIOLOGICAL DEFENSES ARE DEFENSES THAT CHANGE THE CHEMICAL MAKEUP OF THE BODY
PHAGOCYTIC RESPONSE ANOTHER INNATE DEFENSE MECHANISM
PHAGOCYTES CELL EATERS
ERYTHEMA THE DAMAGED TISSUE LEAKS INTERSTITIAL FLUID CAUSING SWELLING BLOOD CAPILLARIES CONSTRICT CAUSING REDNESS
RECOGNITION WHICH IS THE ABILITY OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM TO RECOGNIZE DIFFERENCES IN ANTIGENS AND TO KNOW WHICH ANTIGENS BELONG TO THE BODY AND WHICH ONES DO NOT
SPECIFICITY WHICH GIVES THE IMMUNE SYSTEM THE ABILITY TO DIRECT A RESPONSE TO A SPECIFIC ANTIGEN WHILE LEAVING SIMILAR ANTIGENS ALONE
MEMORY WHICH IS THE ABILITY OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM TO REMEMBER AN ANTIGEN AFTER THE INITIAL EXPOSURE TO IT
ARTIFICIALLY PASSIVE IMMUNITY IS OBTAINED BY INJECTION OF IMMUNGLOBULINS
ARTIFICIALLY ACTIVE IMMUNITY COMES FROM THE INJECTION OF VACCINE CONTAINING A DEAD OR ALTERED PATHOGEN
NATURALLY ACTIVE IMMUNITY COMES WHEN ANTIBODIES AND MEMORY CELLS ARE MADE BY THE BODY IN RESPONSE TO A FOREIGN SUBSTANCE
AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE OCCURS WHEN CELLS OR TISSUES OF THE BODY COME UNDER ATTACK BY T CELLS BECAUSE THEY ARE MISTAKENLY IDENTIFIED AS FOREIGN
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS ATTACKS JOINTS MOSTLY HANDS AND FEET
SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE WHERE IMMUNE SYSTEM ATTACKS CONNECTIVE TISSUE
AIDS DESTRUCTION OF THE CELL MEDIATED IMMUNE SYSTEM BY HIV PATIENTS DIE OF OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS
HODGKIN DISEASE TUMOR OF THE LYMPH NODES SPLEEN OR BONE MARROW OCCURS OFTEN IN PEOPLE IN 15-35 YEARS OLD 90% SURVIVAL WITH TREATMENT
HIV VIRUS THAT TARGETS AND DESTROYS T LYMPHOCYTES CAUSING AIDS
LYMPHEDEMA ACCUMULATION OF LYMPH FLUID IN THE TISSUES WHERE THE LYMPH NODES HAVE BEEN SURGICALLY GONE
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE THAT TARGETS THE MYELIN SHEATH SURROUNDING MOTOR NERONS
NON HODGKIN LYMPHOMA GENERAL NAME FOR 30 TYPES OF LYMPHOMA THAT ARE A MALIGNANCY OF THE B OR T LYMPHOCYTES
SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS DEFICIENCY CELL MEDIATED HUMORAL IMMUNITIES DEATH OCCURS WITHIN THE FIRST FEW MONTHS OF LIFE FROM INFECTION
IgG SECOND RESPONDER TO FOREIGN ANTIGENS CAN CROSS THE PLACENTA TO GIVE IMMUNITY TO THE FETUS
IgM FIRST RESPONDER TO FOREIGN ANTIGENS
IgD FOUND IN SMALL AMOUNTS ROLE IS UNKNOWEN
IgE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALLERGIC REACTIONS AND INCREASES IN RESPONSE TO PARASITIC INFECTIONS
IgA FOUND IN BODY SECRETIONS SUCH AS BREAST MILK SALIVA TEARS
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