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  1. The spleen filters blood, removing microorganisms and other foreign substances this is a statement about what?
  2. with ______ immunity specificity and memory are involved in adaptive immunity
    innate immunity
  3. CHF
    congestive heart failure
  4. MI
    • Mycardial
    • Infarction
  5. each time the body is exposed to a substance, the response is the same.
    innate immunity
  6. contains many lymphocytes.
    filters blood or lymph.
    found in the spleen, tonsils,lymph nodes
    contains fine reticular fibers
    Lymphatic tissue
  7. The ____________ are usually referred to as "the tonsils."
  8. have germinal centers where lymphocytes divide
    Lymph nodes
  9. worn-out erythrocytes are destroyed in the
    In the spleen,
  10. Which chemical mediators promote inflammation?
    Complement, histamines, leukotrienes, and prostaglandins
  11. circulates in the blood in an inactive form.
  12. Dust cells, microglia, and Kuppfer cells are examples of
  13. example of a self-antigen?
    tumor antigen
  14. stimulated by helper T cells.
    B cells
  15. symptoms of local inflammation include .....
    Redness, heat, and swelling result from.....
    Pain is caused by.......
    • include redness, heat, swelling, pain, and
    • loss of function.
    • ncreased blood flow and increased vascular permeability.
    • Pain is caused by swelling and by chemical mediators acting on pain receptors. Loss of
    • function results from tissue destruction, swelling, and pain.
  16. Some stem cells are capable of giving rise to pre-T cells and pre-B cells.
    Pre-T cells migrate to and are processed into T cells in the
    ______________, and pre-B cells are processed into B-cells in the
    thymus; red bone marrow
  17. Immunoglobulin ___ is secreted into saliva, tears, and onto mucous membranes to provide protection on body surfaces.
  18. Immune complexes consist of
    antigen plus antibody
  19. Intermediate size complexes
    activate complement
  20. In the presence of activated complement, neutrophils
    degranulate and release enzymes that cause tissue damage
  21. After complement activation, basophils may degranulate causing
  22. If lymphatic tissue is removed from an axillary region, the arm on that side is likely to
    become edematous
  23. Lymph differs from plasma in that
    plasma contains more protein than lymph
  24. Tissue fluid is _____ and lymph is _______.
    forced out of blood plasma and generally lacking in proteins; absorbed into lymph capillaries and rich in proteins and foreign particles
  25. T-cells are matured in the ___B-cells are matured in the _______
    • thymus
    • red bone marrow
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