5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lymph Sinuses
- Lymphatic Collecting Vessels
- Lymphatic Trunks
- a These are formed by the largest lymphatic collecting vessels. ("Lumbar, Bronchomediastinal, Subclavian,
- b These receive lymph from lymphatic capillaries, contain more valves than veins, superficial and deep, pass through lymph nodes where it is monitored and cleared of pathogens and cancer cells
- c a vestigial process that extends from the lower end of the cecum and that resembles a small pouch
- d This is the name for fluid once it has entered the lymphatics. ("Clear Water")
- e Spaces between these groups of lymphatic tissues. These spaces contain a network of fibers and the macrophage cells.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- Collection of lymphoid follicles on the base, posterior, or pharyngeal portion of the dorsum of the tongue.
- region within lymph node immediately deep to capsule, contains relatively sparse lymphocytes, allows lymph to flow freely through it
- Vessels leaving the lymph node
- the supporting tissue of an organ (as opposed to parenchyma)
5 True/False questions
Lymphatic System → These are formed by the largest lymphatic collecting vessels. ("Lumbar, Bronchomediastinal, Subclavian,
Elephantiasis → a condition in which the limbs become extremely swollen and the skin hardens and thickens, happens when a large amount of filarial worms block lymphatic vessels
Cortex → the tissue forming the outer layer of an organ or structure in plant or animal
Hilum → (anatomy) a depression or fissure where vessels or nerves or ducts enter a bodily organ
Diffuse Lymphatic Tissue → Vessels leaving the lymph node