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Immunology Made Ridiculously Simple
MedMaster Inc
Average Rating: 3.6 star rating (47 Reviews)
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A brief, clear overview of the basic science and clinical aspects of immunology. For medical students and other health professionals. The basic science section is a clear presentation of innate and adaptive immunity, immune cells, antibodies and antigens, and other components of the immune system and their interactions. The clinical section clarifies hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, immunodeficiency, common diagnostic tests, vaccination, transplantation, and tumor immunology, all in 85 pages.

Table of Contents

Part I: Basic Immunology

  1. The World of the Immune System
    —Innate Immunity (Natural Killer Cells; Complement pathways)
    —Adaptive Immunity (Humoral immunity; Antibodies; Molecular features of immunoglobulins; Cell-mediated immunity)
  2. Lymphocytes and Antigens
    —Antigen Recognitionbr>—Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC)br>—MHC Polymorphismbr>—T Cells and Antigen-presenting Cell Interactionbr>—Antibody Production (Activation of B Cells; Interaction of B cells and T helper cells; Isotope switching)
  3. Other Important Components of the Immune System
    —Eosinophils
    —Basophils
    —Mast Cells
    —Cytokines (Classification of cytokines; Cytokines and disease)

Part II: Clinical Immunology

  1. Hypersensitivity
    —Type I Hypersenstitivity Reaction (IgE-mediated) (Allergic rhinitis)
    —Type II Hypersensitivity Reaction (Antibody-mediated) (Blood transfusion reaction)
    —Type III Hypersensitivity Reaction (Immune complex-mediated) (Serum sickness)
    —Type IV Hypersensitivity Reaction (Cell-mediated; Delayed type) (Mantoux reaction; Allergic contact dermatitis)
    —Eosinophils and Disease (Eosinophilia)
    —Mast Cells and Disease (Mastocytosis)
  2. Autoimmunity
    —Primary Immunodeficiency (Immunodeficiency affecting adaptive immunity; Immunodeficiency affecting humoral immunity; X-linked agammaglobulinemia; Common variable immunodeficiency; IgA deficiency; Hyper immunoglobulin E syndrome; T cell deficiency; DiGeorge syndrome; Combined B and T cell deficiency; Ataxia telangiectasia)
    —Secondary (Acquired) Immunodeficiency
    —Diagnosis of Immunodeficiency (Workup for primary immunodeficiencies of the innate immune system; Workup for primary immunodeficiences of the adaptive immune system)
    —Management of Immunodeficiency (Management of AIDS)
  3. Vaccination
    —Immune Response to Vaccination
    —Types of Vaccines
    —Characteristics of an Ideal Vaccine
    —Recommended Vaccines for Children and Adults (including Pneumococcal vaccine; Human papillomavirus vaccine; Shingles vaccine)
    —Passive Immunotherapy (Primary immunodeficiency and the use of IVIG)
  4. Transplantation
    —Types of Grafts
    —Graft Success
    —Graft Rejection
    —Graft-Versus-Host Disease
    —Current Practices in Organ Transplantation
  5. Tumor Immunology
    —Classification of Malignant Tumors (Carcinogenesis)
    —Risk and Predisposing Factors of Malignancies
    —Immune Response to Tumors (Immune surveillance and immunoediting; Elimination; Equilibrium, Escape)
    —Tumor Immunotherapy (Active immunotherapy; Passive immunotherapy)

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2.0 out of 5 stars.  Two Stars, May 21, 2017
By Christine Milcarek
more of a review for med students than a coherent textbook

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, May 16, 2017
By Katherine Buethe
good book

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Easy read, high yield for M1 content. Recommend., April 18, 2017
By NLR
Huge help understanding first year medical school content. Easy read. High yield.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Good review, December 20, 2016
By Louis Irwin
Not all that ridiculously simple. But, how I wish I had this book back when I was struggling with this subject. What a terrifically fascinating subject immunology is. Author is doing a great service with this book.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, December 06, 2016
By S. Lee
Alittle over my head but very good read.

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2.0 out of 5 stars.  Not a great buy., November 05, 2016
By Campion Quinn, MD
Not worth the money.

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