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Essential Clinical Immunology begins with the basic concepts and then details the immuno-logical aspects of various disease states involving major organs of the body. Fast Download speed and ads Free! Introductory Immunology is aimed at researchers, postgraduates, or any scientifically inclined reader interested in immunology.
Clinical immunology has developed very significantly as a speciality over the last twenty years, as has the understanding of the immunological basis of many diseases and the development of immunological therapies. The purpose of this mini-review is to update the non-specialist reader on the basic immunological mechanisms which underlie an effective immune response and the clinical disorders which results when the processes are deficient or disordered. The basic science description is, of necessity limited in scope and detail. Further explanation of the basic cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in immune defence can be found in recent textbooks 1 , 2.
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Immune hypersensitivity mechanisms play a part in many disorders of occupational medicine. A basic appreciation of the components and physiology of normal immunity are central to the understanding of the pathophysiology of hypersensitivity diseases of the immune system. Such a system is necessary for survival in all living animals.
A normal immune response relies on the careful coordination of a complex network of specialized cells, organs, and biological factors necessary for the recognition of pathogens and subsequent elimination of foreign antigens.
An abnormal, exaggerated immune response can cause hypersensitivity to foreign antigens, with resultant tissue injury and the expression of a variety of clinical syndromes, which are often seen in the practice of occupational medicine. Living organisms have two levels of response against external invasion: 1 a nonspecific, innate system of natural immunity and 2 an adaptive system, which is acquired and relies on immunologic memory Figure 17—1.
Innate immunity is present from birth, does not require previous antigenic exposure, and is nonspecific in its activity. The skin and mucosal barriers serve as the first line of defense of the innate immune system. Soluble factors, such as proteolytic enzymes, chemoattractants, acute-phase proteins, cytokines and leukocytes, including phagocytes and natural killer cells, provide additional layers of protection.
Toll-like receptors TLR , found on macrophages, mast cells, and immature dendritic cells, recognize conserved patterns found in microbial proteins, DNA, RNA, and lipopolysaccharide LPS , initiating inflammatory responses prior to adaptive response.
Through a series of proteolytic activations, the serum and membrane components of the complement cascade amplify and regulate microbial killing and inflammatory responses. Despite the lack of specificity, innate immunity is largely responsible for protection against a vast array of environmental microorganisms and foreign substances.
Higher organisms have evolved the adaptive immune system, which is triggered by encounters with foreign agents that have evaded or penetrated the innate immune defenses. The adaptive immune system has specificity for individual foreign antigens and immunologic memory, which allows for an intensified response upon subsequent encounter with the same or closely related agent.
Primary adaptive immune responses require clonal expansion, leading to a delayed response to new exposures. Secondary immune responses are more rapid, larger, and more efficient. Although adaptive immunity is antigen specific, the repertoire of responses is tremendously diverse, with an estimated antigenic specificities.
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Basic and Clinical Immunology
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Essentials of Clinical Immunology provides the most up-to-date, core information required to understand diseases with an immunological basis. Free delivery on qualified orders. Clinically focussed, the sixth edition of this classic text presents theoretical and practical information in a simple yet thorough way. In essence, the development of acute GVHD can be summarized into 3 phases: an afferent phase, an efferent phase, and an effector phase. Its uniqueness is the packaging of the basic and the clinical aspects of immunology in a single book.
If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. Please consult the latest official manual style if you have any questions regarding the format accuracy. Immune hypersensitivity mechanisms play a part in many disorders of occupational medicine. A basic appreciation of the components and physiology of normal immunity are central to the understanding of the pathophysiology of hypersensitivity diseases of the immune system.
Both basic science and clinical immunology are demystified here for the medical and other health sciences student. The basic immunological processes are described first, with a level of detail restricted to only what is appropriate for medical and similar curricula. In the second part of the book, immunological mechanisms behind major diseases of the various body systems are clearly explained.
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