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Cryoglobulins

Cryoglobulins

Cryoglobulins . Cryoglobulin Outline. I. Cryoglobulins Background II. Types of antibody classes associated with Cryoglobulins III. The diseases associated with Cryoglobulins IV. Cryoglobulin disease treatments V. The Cryoglobulin test principle.

By Jims
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Thrombocytopenia

Thrombocytopenia

Thrombocytopenia. Rahul Gladwin, MS3 University of Health Sciences-Antigua School of Medicine. Thrombocytopenia. Causes of Thrombocytopenia TTP/ITP Drug-induced Thrombocytopenia HIV-associated Thrombocytopenia Disseminated intravascular coagulation Pancytopenia Complications Management

By Mia_John
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Structure and Function of the Kidney

Structure and Function of the Kidney

Structure and Function of the Kidney. The functional unit of the kidney is the nephron The major functions of the kidney are to maintain extracellular fluids, to eliminate wastes resulting from normal metabolism, and to excrete xenobiotics and their metabolites

By sandra_john
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MICR 304 Immunology & Serology

MICR 304 Immunology & Serology

MICR 304 Immunology & Serology. Lecture 15 Autoimmune Diseases and Transplantation Immunology Chapter 14.1 -14.5, 14.7– 14. 19; 14.22.- 37. Overview of Today’s Lecture. Horror autotoxicus Self tolerance and breach in self tolerance

By iolani
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Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC)

Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC)

Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC). What is MHC? HLA H-2 Minor histocompatibility antigens. Significance of the MHC. role in immune response role in organ transplantation role in predisposition to disease. Genetic barriers to transplantation.

By elani
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Clearing Out the Inflammation

Clearing Out the Inflammation

Clearing Out the Inflammation. Systemic Enzyme Support with unique formulations ( Wobenzym ® N & Wobenzym ® PS ) * , is able to control inflammation through a number of ways.

By darrin
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dcss.cs.amedd.army.mil/field/FLIP%20Disk%2041/FLIP.html

http://www.dcss.cs.amedd.army.mil/field/FLIP%20Disk%2041/FLIP.html. http://www.dcss.cs.amedd.army.mil/field/FLIP%20Disk%2041/FLIP.html. Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy. Paul M. Johnson UNC Internal Medicine AM Report August 4, 2009. Overview. Epidemiology Pathophysiology

By jordane
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MKSAP Review – Glomerular Diseases

MKSAP Review – Glomerular Diseases

MKSAP Review – Glomerular Diseases. Patrick Cunningham M.D. Section of Nephrology University of Chicago. 1.

By gad
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Retroviruses

Retroviruses

Retroviruses. October 5,6,7 2010. Retroviruses. Viral mRNA, genome. Viral DNA (integrated into host genome). Viral RNA. Reverse (retro) transfer of genetic information. Usually, well adapted to their hosts. Endogenous retroviruses. Retroviridae. Feline leukemiavirus. Oncovirinae.

By evelyn
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Drug Reactions

Drug Reactions

Drug Reactions. Christian Millett, MD. Overview. The skin is one of the most common targets for adverse drug reactions Exanthematous eruptions and urticaria are the two most common forms of cutaneous drug reactions The most commonly offending drugs are: penicillins, sulfonamides, and NSAIDs.

By ellery
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Rubella Last Updated: January 29, 2004

Rubella Last Updated: January 29, 2004

Rubella Last Updated: January 29, 2004. Dr wesam abu mousa Coordinator dr abdalrahman abu alrob. INTRODUCTION. Rubella is usually a mild viral illness involving the skin, the lymph nodes, and, less commonly, the joints. Its most important complication is congenital rubella syndrome (CRS). .

By austin
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THERAPY IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS

THERAPY IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS

THERAPY IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS. Approximately 25% to 60% of unselected patients with SLE have renal involvement as assessed by urinalysis or impairment of renal function, but often the disease is mild. the spectrum of lupus nephritis is wide, encompassing the

By abe
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Edward Bernton MD, 1 Eduard Krantz MD, 2 William Gannon MD 1 1 Protalex Inc., Summit, NJ, USA 2 Parexel Clinical Pharma

Edward Bernton MD, 1 Eduard Krantz MD, 2 William Gannon MD 1 1 Protalex Inc., Summit, NJ, USA 2 Parexel Clinical Pharma

A Phase 1, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Multiple-dose Study of Intravenous Staphylococcal Protein A in Patients with Active Rheumatoid Arthritis on Methotrexate: Pharmacokinetics, Safety and Tolerability . Edward Bernton MD, 1 Eduard Krantz MD, 2 William Gannon MD 1

By whitby
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Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune Diseases. Henry O. Ogedegbe, PhD., C(ASCP)SC Department of EHMCS. Learning Objectives. Upon completion of these materials the student will be able to: Describe contributive factors to autoimmune diseases

By daniel_millan
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Inflammation 14.11. 2004

Inflammation 14.11. 2004

Inflammation 14.11. 2004. Inflammation. Inflammation is the response of living tissue to damage. The acute inflammatory response has 3 main functions.

By Faraday
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THE MULTIPLE ROLES OF COMPLEMENT

THE MULTIPLE ROLES OF COMPLEMENT

THE MULTIPLE ROLES OF COMPLEMENT. Dr Andrew Guirguis Haematology Registrar The Alfred Hospital Scientific Meeting – 22 nd May, 2008. History of complement. Ehrlich – role of ‘complementing’ antibodies in killing of bacteria. 1895 – Bordet Subsequent discovery of components

By becca
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Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and 	acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-

Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-

Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-bound proteins (synthesized in liver and other cells- immune and epithelial) Acts as a cascade (one event must occur before another takes place). Cascade:

By sorcha
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Hemorrhagic Diathesis due to vascular disorders

Hemorrhagic Diathesis due to vascular disorders

Hemorrhagic Diathesis due to vascular disorders. Prof. C V Raghuveer MBBS Regular Batch 22 nd April 2015. Synonym. Vascular Purpura. Usually mild. Characterized by petechiae,purpura ecchymosis. Arise due to- damage to endothelium, abnormalities in sub-endothelial matrix,

By gwendolyn
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Dr. Gehan Mohamed Dr. Abdelaty Shawky

Dr. Gehan Mohamed Dr. Abdelaty Shawky

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Dr. Gehan Mohamed Dr. Abdelaty Shawky. Intended Learning Objectives (ILOs). Identify definition and causes of SLE. Understand pathogenesis of SLE. Know the clinical presentation and features of SLE.

By thadeus
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Chapter 7- Complement

Chapter 7- Complement

Chapter 7- Complement. Where we’re going, and make sure you spell it right! Overview of what complement does Concept of a cascade Details of the classical, alternate, and lectin systems- some stories to learn here. Control Genetic defects. Concept of a cascade.

By hinto
(102 views)

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