Immunologic Emergencies: Core Content. Andrew Choi M.D. PGY 3 North Shore University Hospital. Rapid Review. Natural/Innate Immunity Non-specific immune system Macrophages, neutrophils , NKC, cytokines Adaptive Immunity Specific and stored T and B lymphocyte memory
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Andrew Choi M.D. PGY 3
North Shore University Hospital
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2. ST-segment elevation convex downward (tombstone) or horizontal?
3. STE III > STE II?
25 year old male, no PMHx presents with the following intensely pruritic lesion.
What is causative agent?
What type of reaction is this?
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