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Crossmatch What causes acute rejection? Natural killer cells What is the source of histamine in blood? No radioactive iodine during pregnancy or breast-feeding; Pous in second trimester if possible.
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Every Year Hyperacute rejection due to pre-formed antibodies avoid by not transplanting when crossmatch is positive Acute rejection due to foreign MHC antigens of graft cells. Spinal cord hemi-transection Lose ipsilateral motor, contralateral pain and temperature What is Central Cord Syndrome?
What is the cause of respiratory distress at birth, and massive hyperinflation of a single lobe of the lung?
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