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MATCH the terms with the definitions and/or examples. Someresponses are used twice while others may not be used at all.

A acquired immunodeficiency

B type IV hypersensitivity

C autoimmune disease

D primary immunodeficiency

E type I hypersensitivity

1.a condition that is present from birth when a patient can'tmount a proper immune response due to a genetic or developmentaldefect

2.the end result of HIV infection

3.a localized or systemic allergic response that results fromthe production of IgEs and the release of histamines fromsensitized granulocytes when an antigen is encountered

4.a condition that occurs when the immune system producesantibodies or cytotoxic T cells that attack normal body cells

5.a type of allergic reaction that develops 12 - 24 hours afterexposure to the antigen, caused by the migration of antigenpresenting cells and T-cells to the site of exposure to theallergen

6.Graves' disease, multiple sclerosis, systemic lupuserythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis and pernicious anemia

7.SCID: "Bubble Boy" Disease

The option DEADBCD is WRONG

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