All of the following are type III (Immune complex mediated) hypersensitivity reaction except:
|D||Systemic lupus erythematosus|
Usually immure complexes are deposited on places of blood filtration → Joint, Kidneys
a. Type III hypersensitivity reaction is also called as immune-complex type of reaction. IgG/ IgM class of antibodies with the help of complement mediates this reaction.
b. Local reaction is called as arthus reaction and systemic reaction is called as serum sickness. Examples include SLE, and Rheumatoid arthritis. Good pasture’s syndrome is Type II (cytotoxic) hypersensitivity reaction.