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Heme Onc 4 Leuk D/O

Leukocyte Disorders and Hypersensitivity

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What drugs are known for causing elevated prolactin levels? Antipsychotics (phenothiazine, risperidone, haliperidol), methyldopa, verapamil
What substances are known to cause hemolysis in pts with G6PD deficiency? Sulfonamides, anti-malarials (primoquine, INH), ASA, nitrofurantoin, dapsone, fava beans
What would you expect with eosinophilic casts found in the urine? AIN
What is the next step in the mgmt of a pt with febrile neutropenia due to chemo? Admit, culture, broad-spectrum abx (cefepime or ceftazidine)
Which type of infection will cause an eosinophilia? Parasitic
Which immunoglobulin class is a/w eosinophilia? IgE
What is the tx for anaphylaxis? ABCs, stop inciting agent, epinephrine IM or IV, H1/H2 blockers, bronchodilators, steroids, and IVF
WHich type of hypersensitivity?: IgE Ab attach to mast cells causing mast cell degranulation and histamine release Type I
WHich type of hypersensitivity?: IgM and IgG anti-cell Ab which activate the complement cascade inducing cell death Type II
WHich type of hypersensitivity?: IgM and IgG immune complexes which get deposited in the tissues thereby activating the complement cascade Type III
WHich type of hypersensitivity?: T cell and macrophage-mediated Type IV
Why is type IV hypersensitivity called delayed type? delayed type because it requires secretion of lymphokines to induce macrophages to destroy surrounding tissue
Which type of hypersensitivity?: allergic rhinitis 1
Which type of hypersensitivity?: transplant rejection 4
Which type of hypersensitivity?: Arthus rxn 3
Which type of hypersensitivity?: drug induced or immune hemolytic anemia 2
Which type of hypersensitivity?: anaphylaxis 1
Which type of hypersensitivity?: asthma 1
Which type of hypersensitivity?: hemolytic disease of the newborn 2
Which type of hypersensitivity?: glomerulonephritis 3
Which type of hypersensitivity?: allergic contact dermatitis 4
Which type of hypersensitivity?: PPD testing 4
Which type of hypersensitivity?: serum sickness 3
Tx for type 1 hypersensitivity? Antihistamines, bronchodilators, steroids, and leukotriene inhibitors
Tx for type 2 hypersensitivity? Anti-inflammatories, immunosuppressants, plasmapheresis
Tx for type 3 hypersensitivity? anti-inflammatories
Tx for type 4 hypersensitivity? corticosteroids or immunosuppressants
Goodpasture glomerulonephritis results from auto-Ab targeting the glomerular basement membrane. Which hypersensitivity rxn is this, and how can it be treated? Type 2. Tx with anti-inflammatories, immunosuppressants/steroids, and plasmapheresis if necessary
A pt presents with red marks on her ear lobes and her left wrist, and is ultimately dx with nickel allergy. What type of hypersensitivity is this? type 4 delayed
WHat is the most important medication in the tx of anaphylaxis? Epinephrine
What is the ddx for eosinophilia? DNAAACP: Drugs, Neoplasms, Allergy/Asthma, Adrenal insufficiency (Addison's), AIN, Collagen vasc dz, Parasites
Created by: sarah3148
 

 



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