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lymphocyte production; involves the bone marrow, thymus, and peripheral lymphoid tissues
where are lymphoid tissues and nodes located?
in areas particularly susceptible to injury or invasion by microorganisms
lymph nodes that serve to protect vulnerable areas of the body?
1. cervical lymph nodes, 2. axillary lymph nodes, 3. popliteal lymph nodes, 4. inguinal lymph nodes, 5. thoracic lymph nodes, 6. abdominal lymph nodes, 7. intestinal lymph nodes, 8. mesenterical lymph nodes
glands that are checked during medical examination to determine infection?
cervical, parotid, submandibular, and submental
prevents free exchange between the interstitial fluid and the circulation, protecting the T cells from being prematurely activated
contains the largest mass of lymphoid tissue in the body (ADULT); performs same functions for the blood that lymph nodes perform for the lymph
visceral surface of the spleen
lies against the stomach and kidney; contains a groove called the hilus
what clinical symptoms indicate a blockage in right lymphatic duct?
edema of the right arm and upper chest
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