Chapter 6: Hypersensitivity (Online MCQ Test)

Welcome to your Chapter 6: Hypersensitivity (Online MCQ Test). In this Hypersensitivity online quiz with questions and answers, you will learn more about allergy and its types. Here is the syllabus about this quiz:

  • Hypersensitivity vs Allergy
  • Sign and Symptoms of Allergy
  • Types of Allergy
  • Types of Allergens
  • What is food Allergy
  • Types of Hypersensitivity
  • Mechanism of Allergy
  • Role of Immune System
  • Diagnosis of Allergy
  • Allergy Testing
  • Treatment of Allergy

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1. Undesirable reactions produced by the normal immune system is called

2. Antigen is

3. Dyspnea is

4. Smoke is

5. Pollen is

6. Allergic rhinitis is also called

7. The allergic attack due to bad environment is termed as

8. Mediator of immune complex disease is

9. Rhinorea is

10. Immunotherapy involves the injections of allergen extracts to…………the person.

11. General approaches to the treatment of allergic diseases

12. Enzyme immunoassay (EIA), is a biochemical technique used mainly in immunology to detect the presence of an in a sample.

13. RAST has recently become more useful in the diagnosis and management of allergies.

14. In intradermal test.…………of allergen solution is injected into the dermis or epidermis.

15. Dermatologists apply patch tests in patients with dermatitis, to find out whether their skin condition may be caused by a………..allergy.

16. Scratch test begins with a method, which involves the placing a drop of the allergen on the skin.

17. Skin test is

18. A………..allergy test means that a person has a specific allergic antibody to the substance tested.

19. By using following tools the severity of allergy can be diagnose.

20. Inflammatory mediator s

21. The second time any given allergen enters the body, it becomes attached to the newly-formed………..IgE antibodies.

22. When an allergen first enters the body, the B lymphocytes produce an antibody called……..

23. The IgE antibodies attach to……...

24. In type 1 diabetes mellitus, T cells initiate the destruction of the beta cells of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas.

25. The most common example of cell-mediated hypersensitivity to external antigens is……

26. Because it takes a day or two for the T cells to stimulate following exposure to the antigen, these responses are called……………….. hypersensitivities.

27. Injectable allergen are

28. ……… the most common cause of seasonal allergic rhinitis.

29. Inhalant allergen are dispersed in

30. The……….the foreign substance that provokes a reaction.

31. The term allergy was first defined by Von Pirquet in

32. Allergy is…………………hypersensitivity.

33. Antigen is

34. Pollen is the most common cause of seasonal

35. Food allergy is caused by

36. Animal allergy is due to

37. According to Gell and Robin Coombs, types of hypersensitivity are

38. Chronic transplant rejection is…………….type hypersensitivity.

39. Myasthenia gravis is

40. Nystagmus is

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