AAMP Virtual Seattle 2020

Quiz Questions: ACCME


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Dr. Anderson:

Lecture 1:

Cell Mediated Immunity is associated with ___ Cells:

Antibody (humoral) Immunity is associated with ___ Cells:

The immunoglobulin commonly known as “secretory” is Ig___:

Lecture 2:

Allergy was discussed as a possible immune disrupter:

Chemical toxins were discussed as a possible immune disrupter:

Lecture 3:

It was mentioned that screening for chronic infections is an appropriate measure in chronic cases:

It was mentioned that screening for Allergies is an appropriate measure in chronic cases:

In this session Dr. Anderson said that metal toxicity has no bearing on immune function:

Lecture 4:

In assessing Vitamin D status in the chronically ill it was mentioned to use _____ to test:

According to this presentation Low Dose Naltrexone is contraindicated in immune dysregulation:

Lecture 5:

The cannabinoids discussed included:

Germanium is best dosed:

Lecture 6:

In humans, glutathione relies on the cycling of ___ and ___ to maintain function:

One botanical discussed that assists in inflammatory conditions as well as metal detoxification is:

Sweating / Hyperthermia was mentioned as modulating:

Lecture 7:

Valacyclovir in chronic cases was said to be:

Itraconozole was said to have better coverage for:

The route of entry noted was:

The lab test for "C4a" typically ____ in CIRS:

Dr. Milani:

"CIRS" stands for "Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome"

Dr. Ackerly:

Which supplements can be helpful for neuroinflammation

A NQ which shows aventricles in the 99th percentile and a hippocampus is the 1 percentile is consistent with

Which statement is not true about mast cells

Which is not a Histamine 1 antagonist

Dr. Tessier:

Lecture 1 Mold & Mycotoxin Induced Endocrine Disruption

One can infer the severity of endocrine disruption by simply identifying the specific type of mycotoxin involved in exposure.

Mycotoxin induced endocrine disruption is linear and easily predictable.

Lecture 2 Legal & Ethical Implications of Mold Related Diagnoses

CIRS has the ICD 10 confirmed diagnosis code of R65.10.

Code Z77.120 should be used as a solo or primary diagnosis code when providing a patient a superbill for insurance reimbursement.

Lecture 3 Identifying & Addressing Clinical Reactions in Mold Illness

Steven’s Johnson Syndrome is a Type 1 Hypersensitivity.

Initial “sensitizing” for azole Type 1 Hypersensitivity may come as a result of exposure to similar drugs such as albendazole, cimetidine, and omeprazole.

Lecture 4 Mold & Mycotoxin Induced Fatigue

Nutritional immunity is a defense mechanism used by pathogens to protect themselves from host defenses.

Research does not demonstrate any impact of mycotoxin upon neurotransmitters metabolism.

Lecture 5 Mold & Mycotoxin Illness in The Pediatric Population

Children exposed to mold and mold indicators, experience increased rate of respiratory infections, resulting in increased rates of school absenteeism, increased use of ER and primary care.

Children who experience prolonged mold exposure early in life are at an increased risk for developing a lower IQ score compared to their unexposed peers.