5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Lymphatic Capillaries
- Subcapsular Sinus
- White Pulp
- a region within lymph node immediately deep to capsule, contains relatively sparse lymphocytes, allows lymph to flow freely through it
- b These are the vessels where lymph first enters the lymphatics. These are made up of loose endothelial cells that form flaplike minivalves held outward by collagen filaments which give them extreme permeability.
- c a ductless glandular organ at the base of the neck that produces lymphocytes and aids in producing immunity
- d These are highly specialized lymphatic capillaries found in the villi in the intestinal mucosa. Named for its white appearance.
- e That region of the spleen within PALS; predominant immune cell is the T cell and where primary T cell responses can occur.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Collection of lymphoid follicles on the base, posterior, or pharyngeal portion of the dorsum of the tongue.
- specialized white blood cells that patrol the body searching for antigens that produce infections
- cells that develop from B cells and produce antibodies.
- extend from the cortex and contain B cells, T cells, and plasma cells
- portion of tonsils that trap and destroy bacteria and particulate matter.
5 True/False Questions
Red Pulp → consists of reticular cells and fibers(cords of Billroth), surrounds the splenic sinuses
Lymphangiography → roentgenographic examination of lymph nodes and lymph vessels after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium
Chyle → This is the milky white lymph drained from intestine through lacteals.
Palatine Tonsils → a collection of lymphatic tissue in the throat behind the uvula (on the posterior wall and roof of the nasopharynx)
Efferent Lymphatic Vessels → Vessels leaving the lymph node