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36 Cards in this Set

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anti-RBC
autoimmune hemolytic anemia
anti-epithelial basement membrane
bullous pemphigoid
anti-islet cells
type I diabetes mellitus
anti-IF, anti parietal cell
pernicious anemia
p-ANCA
microscopic polyangiitis
anti-Jo-1
polymyositis
what is the key difference between type I and type II diabetes
type I is the only one that can cause diabetic ketoacidosis
what is the difference between pemphigus and pemphigoid
the location of the antibodies (goid - at BM, gus - at kerotinocyte tight junctions in epithelium)
what autoimmune disease does not have an antibody associated specifically with it
polyarteritis nodosa (NOdosa, no antibody)
triad of sjorgrens
xerostomia (dry mouth), keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eyes), arthritis
anti-Scl 70
progressive systemic sclerosis
Anti-SS A (Ro), Anti-SS B (La)
sjorgren's syndrome
anti-structural platelet
ITP
antimelanocyte
vitilgo
anti- IgG
rheumatic factor indicates RA
ANA, anti ds-DNA
SLE
anti-histone
drug induced lupus
anti-centromere
CREST (limited sclerosis)
anti-Ach receptor
myasthenis gravis
anti-TSH receptor
Graves disease
anti-microsomal
hashimoto's disease
ANCA
Wegener's granulomatosis
anti-gliadin
celiac sprue
anti GBM
good pasture syndrome
anti-mitochondrial
primary biliary cirrhosis
7 factors that diagnosis RA
1. Bone erosions/decalcifications
2. RF
3. Arthritis > 3 joints
4. Symmetrical arthritis
5. Hands joints arthritis
6. Morning stiffness
7. Nodules (rheumatic nodules)
triad of SLE
BAN: butterfly rash, arthritis, nephropathy
sinusitis, glomerulonephritis, lung lesions indicate
wegener's granulomatosis
pruritis, female, jaundice
PBC
name the HS RXN: posion ivy
IV
name the HS RXN: Goodpasture syndrome
II
name the HS RXN: Allergic gastroenteropathy
I
name the HS RXN: post strep glomerulonephritis
III
name the HS RXN: serum sickness
III
name the HS RXN: SLE
II
name the HS RXN: acute graft rejection
IV