MSII 1 Chpt 33

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MSII 1 Chpt 33
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  1. The majority of stem cells are located in the
    Bone marrow
  2. What type of blood cells combat parasitic infections?
    Eosinophils
  3. Examples of autoimmune diseases are:
    Rheumatoid arthritis, MS, Graves disease
  4. The primary symptom of an immunologic disorder is
    Infection
  5. A transplant procedue during which the patient's own bone marrow will be harvested before chemo and radiation and after the therapy, the patient's own bone marrow will be returned to the patient is
    Autologous bone marrow
  6. A complication of allogeneic bone marrow transplants in which T lymphocytes in the transplanted bone marrow identify the patient's tissue as foreign and try to destroy the patient's tissues is called:
    Graft-versus-host disease
  7. Patients with WHAT are at the highest risk of developing leukemia
    Down syndrome
  8. The nurse is caring for a patient diagnosed with acute nonlymphocytic leukemia. A symptom of this type of leukemia that the nurse may expect to see is:
    Epistaxis
  9. What is receiving high doses of chemo to treat a recent diagnosis of acute lymphocytic leukemia?
    Induction
  10. An autoimmune disease in which the person's immune system loses its ability to recognize itself and mounts an immune response against its own proteins is:
    Systemic lupus eruthematosus

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