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lymphatic pathways bein as__that merge to form lymphatic vessels
The wall of a lymphatic capillary consists of a single layer of what?
Once tissue intersititual fluid is inside a lymph capillary, the fluid is called
Lymphatic vesels have walls similar to those of what?
Lymphatic vessels contain something that help prevent the backflow of lymph, what is it?
lymphatic vessels usually lead to what? that filer the fluid being transported
the lymphatic trunk drains the head and neck is called the
what is the larger and longer of the two lymphatic collecting ducts?
the thoracic trunk and the left lymphatic duct
Lymph nodes contain large numbers of white blood cells called
The indented region where blood vessels and nerves join a lymph node is called the
the spaces within a lymoh node are called___through which lymph circulates
lymph enters a node through what?
an afferent lymphatic vessel.
the partially encapsulatd lymph node in the pharynx is called
the aggregations of lymph nodules found within the mucosal lining o the small intestine are called
the lymph nodes in the cervical region are associated with the lymphatic vessels that drain what?
scalp face nasal pharynx
the lymph nodes associated with the lymphatic vessels which draink the lower limbs are located in what region?
the thymus is located in where?
the thymus reaches its greatest size during infancy and early childhood and tends to decrease in size following
as a person ages, the thymus tissue is often replaced by
adipose and other connective tissues
the lymphocytes of the thymus develop from precursor cells that originated in the
the hormones secreted by the thymus are called
what is the largest organs of the lymphatic system
blood vessels enter the spleen through the region called the
the sinuses within the spleen contain what?
the tiny islands of t issue within the spleen that contain many lymphocytes comprise which kind of pulp
which pulp of the spleen contains large numbers of red blood cells, lymphocytes, and macrophages
what within the spleen engulfs and destroys foreign particles and cellular debris