isoimmunization

(i″so-im″u-nĭ-za´shәn) development of antibodies in response to isoantigens.
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isoimmunization

Development of a significant titre of specific antibody as a result of antigenic stimulation with material contained on or in the red blood cells of another individual of the same species; e.g., isoimmunization is likely to occur when an Rh-negative person is treated with a transfusion of Rh-positive blood from another human being, or an Rh-negativ...
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Isoimmunization

Development of antibodies directed at the red blood cells of the fetus while in the uterus. This happens when an Rh negative woman gives birth to an Rh positive baby. It will not effect the first pregnancy or be a problem if the baby is also Rh negative.
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Isoimmunization

Development of specific antibody directed at the red blood cells of another individual, such as a baby in utero. Often occurs when an Rh-negative woman carries an Rh-positive baby or when she is given Rh-positive blood.
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Isoimmunization

Development of specific antibody directed at the red blood cells of another individual, such as a baby in utero. Often occurs when an Rh-negative woman carries an Rh-positive baby or when she is given Rh-positive blood.
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isoimmunization

isoimmunization Immunization of an individual by the introduction of antigens from another individual of the same species.
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isoimmunization

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-im′yū-nī-zā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Development of a significant titer of specific antibody as a result of antigenic stimulation with material contained on or in the red blood cells of another individual of the same species; isoimmunization is likely to occur when an Rh-neg...
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