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What are the cells of Cell mediated immunity? What do they defend against?
-T-cells-defend against infections like tuberculosis, viral and fungal
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Cell mediated immunity (Cellular immunity)
The attacking virus would be considered an intracellular pathogen
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7. The contribution of B cells is mainly in A. inflammation. B. humoral immunity. C. complement activity. D. cell mediated immunity. E. phagocytosis.
B. humoral immunity.
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Cells in cell mediated immunity
Cytotoxic T cells
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Granuloma annulare. Ring-shaped infiltrated edge, clinically annular element without peeling. Pathogenesis: proposed- Cell mediated immunity (type IV), immune complex vasculitis, abnormality of tissue monocytes. Symptoms: Localized=groups of 1-2mm papules in annular arrangement. Centers of lesions may be slightly hyperpigmented. Generalized=1-2mm papules coalesce into annular plagues measuring 3-6cm in diameter. Sites: dorsal surface of feet, hands and fingers, aural area of trunc. Ddx: Annular lichen planus, Tinea corporis, Leprosy Diagnosis: history and clinical Treatment: Localized=topical corticosteroids, cryotherapy, laser therapy Generalized=UVB, PUVA, Isotretinoin
There is a history of diabetes mellitus.
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cell mediated immunity steps
1. an antigen evades body’s innate defenses2. antigen is taken up by an antigen-presenting cell (APC; dendritic cells) and broken down3. antigen fragments merge with MHC proteins on the APC’s membrane4. T-cell comes into contact with APC, recognizes the “new” MHC protein and becomes active5. activated T-cells divide & differentiate
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