Immunology

 

Acute inflammation

 

Immunology basic science

Microbiology and Immunology Online USC

 

Primary and secondary lymphoid organs

Primary Bone Marrow and thymus
Secondary Lymph nodes Spleen Mucosal associated lymphoid tissue

 

more immunology

 

Cell mediated immunity

 

Humoral / antibody mediated immunity

 

Immunoglobulin classes

Immunoglobulins  GAMED
IgM Immediately produced
IgG Greater (sustained) response

Antibody Classes Features
Ig M
Ig G
Ig A
Ig D
Ig E

 

Hypersensitivity reactions

Type I IgE asthma eczema rhinitis urticaria food allergy anaphylaxis
Type II Cytotoxic ABO/Rhesus incompatability AHA goodpastures
Type III Immune Complex Ag/Ab RhA SLE GMN vasculitis hypersensitivity pneumonitis serum sickness
Type IV Cell Mediated contact dermatitis post primary TB

 

Classification of hypersensitivity reactions ACID

  • Type I – Anaphylaxis
  • Type II – Cytotoxic-mediated
  • Type III – Immune-complex
  • Type IV – Delayed hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity reactions USC Microbiology and Immunology online

 

Anaphylaxis (immunology and allergy)

 

Diagnosing allergies

Diagnosis of allergy BASCI

 

Patch testing

Patch testing DermNet NZ

 

Food allergy in children

 

SCIDs

Severe combined immune defficiency syndrome

 

Autoimmune disease

 

Transplant medicine

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