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robbypowell's version from 2017-02-28 02:34

Odontogenic Infections (part one)

humoral components

Question Answer
what is the most abundant immunoglobulin?IgG
Major synthesis of IgG occurs where?Plasma cells
IgM is found primarily in the _____ compartmentIntravascular
What is the first antibody to respond to antigenic stimulation?IgM
List the Ig's from most to least abundant?G > A > M > E > D (IgE listed as least abundant, but D not expected to play a role? and we've learned this order based on abundancy in path before)
these 2 types of Ig's prevent attachment of microbes and parasites to mucosal cellsIgA & IgE
these 2 types of Ig's activate compliment system via classical pathwayIgG or IgM
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cellular components

Question Answer
cellular component that provides immunologic memory and antigenic specificity “self vs. non self”Lymphocytes
cellular component that functions by secretion of lymphokinesLymphocytes
cellular component that is involved in Antibody dependent reactionsB-cells
cellular component that Synthesizes and releases IgsB-cells
cellular component involved in Cell mediated immunity or delayed hypersensitivityT-cells
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aerobe or anaerobe?

Question Answer
ActinomycesANaerobe
LactobacillusANaerobe
ClostridiaANaerobe
EubacteriaANaerobe
Propionibacterium acnesANaerobe
PorphyromanasANaerobe
PrevotellaANaerobe
Fusobacterium nucleatumANaerobe
TreponemmaAerobe
NeisseriaAerobe
BranhamallaAerobe
Alpha Hemolytic StreptococcusAerobe
Beta Hemolytic StreptococcusAerobe
PseudomonasAerobe
CornybacteriumAerobe
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more pathogen questions

Question Answer
What is the most common cause of odontogenic infections that are Anaerobes? (G+ cocci, G+ rods, G- rods)G- rods (47%)
What is the most common cause of odontogenic infections that are Aerobes? (G+ cocci, G+ rods, G- rods)G+ cocci (78%)
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cavernous sinus thrombosis

Question Answer
Earliest definitive clinical sign is what?venous congestion of opposite retina
what major artery runs through the cavernous sinus?ICA
what 5 CN's run through the cavernous sinus?CN's 3, 4, V1, V2, 6
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