5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Splenic Cords
- Tonsillar Crypts
- T Lymphocytes
- Lymphatic Capillaries
- Lymphatic Trunks
- a Lymphocytes that develop in the thymus and are responsible for cell-mediated immunity. Their cell-surface antigen receptor is called the T-cell receptor.
- b These are formed by the largest lymphatic collecting vessels. ("Lumbar, Bronchomediastinal, Subclavian,
- c network of reticular cells which produce reticular fibers; spaces between fibers are occuplied by macrophages and blood cells that have come from the capillaries
- d portion of tonsils that trap and destroy bacteria and particulate matter.
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a collection of lymphatic tissue in the throat behind the uvula (on the posterior wall and roof of the nasopharynx)
- Composed of reticular fibers within a gel-like ground substance. Cellular components are fibroblasts, lymphocytes, and other blood cells. Located in LYMPH NODES, SPLEEN, BONE MARROW.
- The two types of white blood cells that are part of the body's immune system
- scattered reticular tissue elements and associated lymphocytes; found in about every organ but especially in mucous membrane lining the respiratory and digestive tracts
- This is the name for fluid once it has entered the lymphatics. ("Clear Water")
5 True/False questions
Lymphatic System → This consists of 3 parts: (1) lymphatic vessls (2) lymph (3) lymph nodes.
Palatine Tonsils → a collection of lymphatic tissue in the throat behind the uvula (on the posterior wall and roof of the nasopharynx)
Lymphoma → This is the name for fluid once it has entered the lymphatics. ("Clear Water")
Appendix → a sticky, gelatinous substance around the cell wall; allows cells to stick together or to the host cell
Medulla → mucosa-associated lymphatic tissue; composted of Peyer's patches, tonsils, appendix and lymphoid nodules in the bronchii; protects passages that open to exterior from the nerver-ending onslaughts of foreing matter entering them