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 +0  (nbme18#18)

why is this so //i know its basic but still...??

krewfoo99  I think its neutrophils because they mention myelosupression and rapidly dividing cells.
wishmewell  Ya, Neutrophils, basophils, macrophages, eosinophils are considered Myeloid cells. While the rest of the T cells are from the Lymphoid lineage, The Immunoglobulins come from B cells ( lymphoid lineage).

 -1  (nbme22#49)

FA pg 508 (19) mptp causes parkins..................................................

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 +2  (nbme22#34)

why is this not a cross sectional survey? ... since we are asking at a particular time

drdoom  As Aristotle once quipped, “A ‘single-point in time’ doth not a cross-sectional study make.” The design of a cross-sectional study would not define “ahead of time” two cohorts (two groups); said another way, a cross-sectional design would not “split people into two groups.” In the design of a cross-sectional study there is only “one group”, and then you ask all members of that group some question (“Do you have asthma?”). At the end of a cross-sectional study, the authors will be able to make a statement like this: “We called 10,000 phone numbers with area code 415 at random and asked ‘Do you take Drug X?’ 500 responded ‘I don’t know’, 633 responded ‘Yes’, and 8,867 responded ’No’.”

 +0  (nbme22#10)

WHY NOT YES,and then share the money with the patieny so he doesn't doubt your motives.

ergogenic22  because then it is as if you are paying the patient to enroll in the experimental treatment
ergogenic22  because then it is as if you are paying the patient to enroll in the experimental treatment, which I don't know why that would be wrong
dubywow  Bribery is only good for doctors. Can't bribe patients. That's illegal. Kind of like how NCAA gets paid a lot, but student athletes get nadda. Still the TLDR is it always ethical to disclose financial incentives when they relate to anything that may affect your decision on how to treat a patient.




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would anyone be able to clarify what the others would be? A) Allergen mediated vasoconstriction, leading to ischemic tissue injury: Type I B) Binding of antigen to IgE on the surface of mast cells leading to mast cell degranulation: Type I C) deposition of antigen-antibody complexes within postcapillary venules, leading to activation of complement: Not sure D) Phagocytosis of antigen by neutrophils, leading to oxidant mediated tissue damage: Type III?

sunny  i think C is type III +  
sunny  i think C is type III +  


would anyone be able to clarify what the others would be? A) Allergen mediated vasoconstriction, leading to ischemic tissue injury: Type I B) Binding of antigen to IgE on the surface of mast cells leading to mast cell degranulation: Type I C) deposition of antigen-antibody complexes within postcapillary venules, leading to activation of complement: Not sure D) Phagocytosis of antigen by neutrophils, leading to oxidant mediated tissue damage: Type III?

sunny  i think C is type III +  
sunny  i think C is type III +