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if there exists Urticaria,we can say there is type III hypersensitivity?
A lot of times you think urticaria with type I.
*type III think *soluble immune complexes... for example SLE, Systemic Sclerosis, Scleroderma, ptStreptococcal glomerulonephritis, Serum sickness. Rhematoid arthritis,
Arthus reaction. ** this is just for starters someone else can wrestle it out from here.
Ah, you know what review program has a really good explanation of this is Score95.com. I just purchased a membership and I was checking in their notes about what guys are talking about. I wanted to post what their explanation, but I guess its against the rules of the forum.
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