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robbypowell's version from 2017-03-21 04:29

hypersensitivity

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what type of hypersensitivity rxn has no surface changes evident?Angio-edema
Erythematous, serpingious, well-defined areas surrounded by light-tan borders; mostly found on tongue, come and goBenign Migratory Glossitis (geographic tongue, erythema migrans)
t/f: apthuous ulcers are usually found on non-keratinized surfacesTrue
t/f: apthuous ulcers are usually found on keratinized surfacesFalse
what type of recurrent apthuous stomatitis is found on both keratinized and non-keratinized surfaces?Herpetiform (rare)
Clinical features of this syndrome (more common in japanese and middle eastern patients): aphthae-like lesions of oral and anogenital mucosa, ocular lesions, arthralgials, Vasculitis, thrombophlebitis, macular and pustular skin lesionsbehcet syndrome
_____-_____ syndrome: swelling + facial paralysis + fissured tongueMelkersson-Rosenthal syndrome
angioedema is a side effect associated with what type of drug?ACE inhibitors
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