Maladaptive Responses to Immune Disorders

Maladaptive responses to disorders are compensatory mechanisms that ultimately have adverse health effects for patients. For instance, a patient’s allergic reaction to peanuts might lead to anaphylactic shock, or a patient struggling with depression might develop a substance abuse problem.
• Identify the pathophysiology of each disorder psoriasis and systemic lupus E (SLE).Explain how the maladaptive and physiological responses of the two disorders differ.
• Select ONE of the following factors: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Reflect on how the factor might impact your selected immune disorders.