A&P II Chapter 20
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A&P II Chapter 20
Small thin channels collect and carry tissue fluid from the body to ultimately drain back into the blood stream.
The lymph vessels use the contraction of skeletal muscles and ___ for movement the lymph
Lymph transport system begins in microscopic blind ended ___
___ is a lymph vessel that carries lymph, and is formed by union of many efferent lymph vessels.
Two lymph ducts in the body are ___ & ___
1 Right lymph duct
2 Thoracic duct.
A ___ is a great lymphatic vessel that empties lymph into one of the subclavian veins.
Lymph from right upper body, right side of head & thorax is drained into
Right lymph duct
Lymph from left upper body & lower body is drained into
___ collects lymph from lumber trunks & intestinal trunk
___ cells regulates the immune response or directly attract and destroy foreign cells.
___ produce plasma cells that secrete antibodies that will immobilize antigens
___ is made in the red marrow (neutrophils or monocytes) which will phagocytize foreign substances and activate T-cells
Fibroblasts that produce the reticular fiber network which supports other cells in lymphoid organs.
___ functions to house lymphocytes, and strategic point for Lymphocyte & Microphages
Large lymph nodes are located at ___ region
Cervical, Inguinal & axillary
___ act as a lymph filter where macrophages reside to phagocytize and lymphocytes are ready to be activated and attack against antigens.
Lymph Nodes contains __ and __ vessels
Afferent & Efferent
___ is a Lymphoid organ located at left upper quadrant,or left hypochondriac region
Spleen is located behind the stomach and beneath the ___
Spleen stores ___ and __
RBC production in fetus is carried by ___
After splenectomy macrophages in __ & __ take over its function
___ is large in infant,growth through adolescence, then atrophies
T lymphocyte is maturated in ___
MALT stands for ___
Mucosal Associated Lymphatic Tissue
wall of bronchi