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Pharmacology Question Set 6

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    The lecture Pharmacology Question Set 6 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Pharmacology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. They attach to microbes for their removal
    2. They are secreted by both B and T lymphocytes
    3. They bind simultaneously to several different epitope
    4. They recognize self-molecules together with specific epitope
    5. They contain four different light chain polypeptides.
    1. Hapten
    2. Adjuvant
    3. Carrier
    4. Immunogen
    5. Tolerogen
    1. Defensins increase phagocytosis of bacteria
    2. Lysozyme hydrolyzes bacterial DNA and RNA
    3. Complement proteins destroy intracellular microbes
    4. DNase enzymatically destroys bacterial cell walls
    5. Lacrimal secretions increase phagocytosis of bacteria
    1. Defective T-cell function
    2. Grossly reduced levels of B cells
    3. Selective lgA deficiency
    4. Defective isotype switching
    5. An X – linked inheritance of HLA genes
    1. Natural Killer cell-induced lysis of infected cells
    2. Eosinophil-mediated lysis of infected cells
    3. Virus-specific immunoglobulins to remove free virus
    4. Presentation of viral peptides on MHC-I of CD4+ T cells
    5. Complement-mediated lysis of infected cells
    1. Herd immunity
    2. Genetic drift
    3. Genetic shift
    4. Immune evasion
    5. Tolerance
    1. DiGeorge syndrome
    2. Adenosine deaminase (ADA) deficiency
    3. Chediak-Higashi syndrome
    4. Wiskott-Aidrich syndrome
    5. Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID)
    1. Type III, mediated by lgG antibodies
    2. Type I, mediated by IgE antibodies
    3. Type II, mediated by CD4+ T cells.
    4. Type IV, mediated by CD4+ T cells
    5. Type IV, mediated by lgG and lgM antibodies
    1. Isotype switching
    2. Affinity maturation
    3. Allelic exclusion
    4. Junctional diversity
    5. Somatic hypermutation
    1. Inability to generate the microbicidal respiratory burst
    2. Inability to fuse lysosomes with phagosomes
    3. MHC Class-II deficiency
    4. Deficiency of CD40L on activated T cells
    5. Tyrosine kinase deficiency blocking B-cell maturation
    1. Immediate hypersensitivity
    2. Contact dermatitis
    3. Delayed hypersensitivity
    4. Serum sickness
    5. Type II hypersensitivity
    1. Both type III and type IV hypersensitivity
    2. Both type II and III hypersensitivities
    3. lgE-mediated immune responses only
    4. Self-tolerance
    5. Type III hypersensitivity only
    1. Bruton agammaglobulinemia
    2. Hereditary angioedema
    3. Chediak-Higashi syndrome
    4. Common variable immunodeficiency
    5. DiGeorge syndrome
    1. Donor A: A5/A5, B8/B2, C3/C8
    2. Donor B: A5/A12, B22/9, C4/C3
    3. Donor C: A7/A4, B2/B4, C8/C3
    4. Donor D: A4/A7, B1/B8, C8/C3
    5. Donor E: A7/A8, B9/B27, C3/C4
    1. Bone marrow transplantation
    2. Broad spectrum antibiotics given periodically for life
    3. Periodic exogenous immunoglobulins administered for life
    4. Isolation to an anti-septic environment
    5. Periodic thymic hormones for life
    1. Cell-mediated immune responses
    2. Activate B cells
    3. Release granzymes
    4. Responds to extracellular pathogens
    5. Secretes IL – 4
    1. Chediak-Higashi syndrome
    2. Leukocyte adhesion deficiency – 1
    3. Common variable immunodeficiency
    4. Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome
    5. Congenital thymic aplasia
    1. CD19, Tdt
    2. CD 3, TCR
    3. CD 19, MHC-II
    4. CD 56
    5. MHC – II

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