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JANUARSIH I.A.RACHMAN

JANUARSIH I.A.RACHMAN

CONNECTIVE TISSUES . JANUARSIH I.A.RACHMAN. Learning Objectives. To define the microstructure of connective tissue proper To define the microstructure of connective tissue with special properties To define the microstructure of supporting connective tissue . Three fundamental components :

By Samuel
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Mediator Antagonists

Mediator Antagonists

Mediator Antagonists. Chapter 12. Mechanisms of inflammation in asthma. Types of asthma Extrinsic dependent on allergies Intrinsic shows no sensitization to allergens With both forms airway inflammation is evident causing bronchoconstriction, airway swelling, mucus secretion and obstruction.

By Lucy
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Respiratory Pharmacology

Respiratory Pharmacology

Respiratory Pharmacology. Dr Cathy Armstrong Anaesthetic SpR & Clinical Fellow in Undergraduate Medical Education April 2010. Aims & Objectives. Discuss Oxygen therapy Discuss the pharmacological management of: Asthma COPD Inhaler quiz. OXYGEN. Oxygen Therapy. Fixed performance devices

By Antony
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THE EFFECT OF PROSTAGLANDIN ANALOGS AND PROSTAMIDS ON OCULAR SURFACE IN RATS

THE EFFECT OF PROSTAGLANDIN ANALOGS AND PROSTAMIDS ON OCULAR SURFACE IN RATS

THE EFFECT OF PROSTAGLANDIN ANALOGS AND PROSTAMIDS ON OCULAR SURFACE IN RATS. Selim Doganay, MD ¹ ; Soner Demirel, MD ¹ ; Iclal Gurses, MD ² ; Mustafa Iraz, MD ³ Inonu University School of Medicine, Malatya-Turkey

By garron
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Hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity. Láng, Orsolya MD, PhD Dept. Genetics, Cell & Immunobiology, Semmelweis University. www.gsi.semmelweis.hu. Lecture ED 2017. Hypersensitivity - Tolerance. Hypersensitivity:

By keenan
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WBCs

WBCs

WBCs. By Dr Sunita Mittal. Learning Objective. ▪ Eosinophil characteristics, functions and causes of variations in number ▪ Basophil & mast cells characteristics, functions and causes of variations in number

By thanos
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Biology 320 (Immunology)

Biology 320 (Immunology)

Biology 320 (Immunology). Gregory E. Steinkraus, Ph.D., ABMM Clinical Director and Chief Scientific Officer Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine New Hanover Health Network and Wilmington Pathology Associates and NextWave Diagnostic Laboratories Wilmington, North Carolina

By fountain
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COMPLEMENT SYSTEM

COMPLEMENT SYSTEM

COMPLEMENT SYSTEM. Dr Farzana Salman. Antibodies act mainly in two ways 1. By direct attack on the invader 2. By activation of the complement system. Direct Action of Antibodies. Agglutination Precipitation Neutralization Lysis. COMPLEMENT SYSTEM. Complement system.

By oona
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Dolore pelvico cronico: nuovi approcci terapeutici V. Mantegazza - F. Murina Servizio di Patologia Vulvare Osp .

Dolore pelvico cronico: nuovi approcci terapeutici V. Mantegazza - F. Murina Servizio di Patologia Vulvare Osp .

Dolore pelvico cronico: nuovi approcci terapeutici V. Mantegazza - F. Murina Servizio di Patologia Vulvare Osp . Vittore Buzzi- ICP - Università degli Studi di Milano. Ferrara, 25 novembre 2011 OSTETRICIA E GINECOLOGIA “NOVITA’ ’’

By khan
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JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY. Answer. Proteins which combine with antigens. Question. What are antibodies?. Answer. Number of chains in an antibody. Question. What is four?. Answer. Process by which antibodies coat a bacterium, enhancing macrophage attachment. Question. What is opsonization?. Answer.

By monifa
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10. 10. 18 JEONG Young Jee

10. 10. 18 JEONG Young Jee

10. 10. 18 JEONG Young Jee. Overiew. T-cell activation & differentiation. B.J. Marsland and M. Kopf, Trends Immunol 29 (2008), pp. 179–185.  T-cell activation and differentiation. CD4 + T-cell dependence of CD8 + T cells. Overview. Cytokine program of CD4+ T cells.

By lavey
(136 views)

Objectives :

Objectives :

1- Immunology of Bronchial Asthma. Objectives :. Immunology team - 437. To know the difference between extrinsic and intrinsic asthma. To be familiar with the types of allergens and their role in allergic sensitization. To understand the inflammatory processes operating in allergic asthma.

By keahi
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Substance P Mediate Activation of Mast cell by Allowing Nerve-mast Cell interaction

Substance P Mediate Activation of Mast cell by Allowing Nerve-mast Cell interaction

Substance P Mediate Activation of Mast cell by Allowing Nerve-mast Cell interaction . California State University, Los Angeles Bio 520: Advanced Immunology Seminar Abby Yilma: 2/2/09. Background. Neurotransmitters Substance P Receptor molecule Mast cells Adhesion molecule

By liam
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major mAnifestation of skin disease

major mAnifestation of skin disease

major mAnifestation of skin disease. By :Dr . Pawana Kayastha. Immunity: alterations in immune surveillance and antigen presentation, and reduced cutaneous vascular supply which lead to decreases in the inflammatory response, absorption and cutaneous clearance of topical medications.

By morna
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PROSTATITIS

PROSTATITIS

PROSTATITIS. underdiagnosed. מחלה שהאורולוגים שונאים. maltreated?. אז למה דווקא אני???!!. פרופ' אבי שטיין, מחלקה אורולוגית, מרכז רפואי כרמל. דלקת ערמונית. סיווג איבחון טיפול. טיפול בחימום דרך שפכה ( (TUMT ויעילותו כטיפול ב BPH. Prostatitis: A Major Clinical Problem.

By viho
(227 views)

The Human Immune System

The Human Immune System

The Human Immune System. Lori Herrington Chaparral High School. What is immunology?. Very simply, it is the study of our body’s defense against infection and disease. Even though we are constantly bombarded by microorganisms, we rarely become sick. Why?. Why?.

By kendis
(66 views)

Dendritic cells and mast cells : their role in the progression of the Mycosis Fungoides

Dendritic cells and mast cells : their role in the progression of the Mycosis Fungoides

Dendritic cells and mast cells : their role in the progression of the Mycosis Fungoides. Salvatore Marasà ¹, Daniela Cabibi ¹, Lorenzo Marasà ², Federico Aragona ¹. 1 Institute of Pathologic Anatomy, University of Palermo, Italy.

By kasa
(162 views)

Tissues

Tissues

Tissues . Function and Location For Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous. Nervous tissue: Internal communication • Brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Muscle tissue: Contracts to cause movement • Muscles attached to bones (skeletal) • Muscles of heart (cardiac)

By malise
(89 views)

The Immune system

The Immune system

The Immune system. By: Alisa Fay, Rachel Robert, Lindsay Kilday & Kirsten Meisterling. Players. Stem Cell. Lymphoid Stem Cell. Myeloid Progenitor. Natural Killer. B Cell. T Cell. Neutrophil. Eosinophil. Monocytes. Cytotoxic. Helper. Suppressor. Basophil. Mast Cell. Mast Cell.

By ludlow
(137 views)

Cytokines

Cytokines

Cytokines. Cytokines are small secreted proteins which mediate and regulate immunity, inflammation, and hematopoiesis. They generally (although not always) act over short distances and short time spans and at very low concentration.

By levi
(319 views)

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