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18 terms
Anatomy - Lymphatic and immune system
Function of lymphatic system
Lymphatic pathway of flow
Lymph
structures in lymphatic system
-- A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Tissue fluid enters lymphatic capillaries -->> moves through…
the tissue fluid (interstitial fluid) once it enters lymphati…
-- lymphatic capillaries... -- larger lymph vessels... -- lymph nod…
Function of lymphatic system
-- A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Lymphatic pathway of flow
Tissue fluid enters lymphatic capillaries -->> moves through…
23 terms
Anatomy-Lymphatic and Immune System
heart
lymph capillaries
lymphatic collecting vessels
lymph nodes
Lymph fluid flows only toward what organ?
These are the smallest lymph vessels, first to receive lymph…
These vessels collect from lymph capillaries.... -accompany bloo…
These are scattered along collecting vessels.... -cleanse the ly…
heart
Lymph fluid flows only toward what organ?
lymph capillaries
These are the smallest lymph vessels, first to receive lymph…
85 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic System and Immunity
What does the lymphatic system consist…
Describe the function of the lymphatic…
Approximately how much plasma is remov…
What is the interstitial fluid called…
1. Networks of lymphatic vessels... 2. Lymph ... 3. Lymph nodes, ti…
Return interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back int…
Arterial: 20L... Venous: 17L
Lymph
What does the lymphatic system consist…
1. Networks of lymphatic vessels... 2. Lymph ... 3. Lymph nodes, ti…
Describe the function of the lymphatic…
Return interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back int…
71 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic/Immune System
Being naturally exposed to things
Being exposed to things on purpose
What you are born with
NOT born with this; you get it from ac…
Active Immunity
Passive Immunity
Innate Immunity
Acquired Immunity
Being naturally exposed to things
Active Immunity
Being exposed to things on purpose
Passive Immunity
26 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic and Immune System
Lymphatic system
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic capillaries
Lymphatic collecting vessels
picks up excess stuff that is left behind at the arterial end…
located near blood capillaries; collect excess fluid, return…
high permeability; smallest; receive lymph; have valves; canc…
accompany blood vessels; collect lymph from capillaries
Lymphatic system
picks up excess stuff that is left behind at the arterial end…
Lymphatic vessels
located near blood capillaries; collect excess fluid, return…
23 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic-Immune System
What are the functions of the lymphati…
Describe the lymphatic pathway
Describe Lymphatic Capillaries
Describe Lymphatic Vessels
1. return leaked fluid... 2. search for pathogens
1. Lymphatic Capillaries ... 2. Lymphatic Vessels ... 3. Lymph Node…
- extend into interstitial spaces... - walls are similar to that…
-very similar to veins... -they have valvs... -low BP system... -not a…
What are the functions of the lymphati…
1. return leaked fluid... 2. search for pathogens
Describe the lymphatic pathway
1. Lymphatic Capillaries ... 2. Lymphatic Vessels ... 3. Lymph Node…
62 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic & Immune System
Vessels
Lymphoid Organs
Lymphoid Capillaries
Lymphatic Capillaries all over body ex…
Transport fluids back to the blood supply (dumps it into spec…
Scattered throughout body.... Vessels direct fluids into these.…
Very permeable
1. CNS... 2. Bone... 3. Teeth... 4. Internal bone marrow
Vessels
Transport fluids back to the blood supply (dumps it into spec…
Lymphoid Organs
Scattered throughout body.... Vessels direct fluids into these.…
25 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic System and Immunity
Lymph
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic capillaries
Right Lymphatic duct
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Permit only one way movement of lymph
Tiny blind ended tubes distributed in tissue spaces
Drains lymph from right upper extremity and right side of hea…
Lymph
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Lymphatic vessels
Permit only one way movement of lymph
31 terms
Anatomy (lymphatic and immune system)
lymphatic vessels
lymph
lymphatic system
lymph capillaries
collect tissue fluid and blood proteins from loose connective…
lymphatic tissue filled with fluid
system that returns excess tissue fluid and blood proteins to…
smallest lymph vessels and the first to receive lymph, high p…
lymphatic vessels
collect tissue fluid and blood proteins from loose connective…
lymph
lymphatic tissue filled with fluid
47 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic and Immune System
Collect excess interstitial fluid and…
Interstitial fluid
Plasma
Lymph
3 functions of the lymphatic system
Fluid within the tissue spaces
Source of fluid within the lymph vessels
Fluid within the lymph vessels
Collect excess interstitial fluid and…
3 functions of the lymphatic system
Interstitial fluid
Fluid within the tissue spaces
57 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic and Immune System
Leukocytes
What transports leukocytes to the site…
What squeezes between the cells that f…
What does your body do when there is a…
Protect against diseases
blood
Diapedesis
There is a rise is the number of leukocytes
Leukocytes
Protect against diseases
What transports leukocytes to the site…
blood
42 terms
Anatomy-Lymphatic and Immune System
Pathogen
Resistance
Non-specific resistance
Mechanical barriers
a disease-producing agent/organism
the ability to fight disease
general protection, against many potential pathogens
mucous membranes, the skin, etc.
Pathogen
a disease-producing agent/organism
Resistance
the ability to fight disease
50 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic/Immune System
What is the function of the lymphatic…
What is the function of the immune sys…
What are the organs of the lymphatic s…
What tissue makes up the lymphatic org…
to transport fluids that have escaped from the blood back to…
to protect the body
lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, spleen (largest), thymus, ton…
reticular connective tissue
What is the function of the lymphatic…
to transport fluids that have escaped from the blood back to…
What is the function of the immune sys…
to protect the body
44 terms
Anatomy- Lymphatic and Immune systems
purposes of lymphatic system and immun…
what are the two areas of connection o…
describe lymph fluid
main purpose of lymphatic vessels?
collect & transport lymph fluid, support immune system functi…
L internal jugular & L subclav. vein / R internal jugular & R…
clear, no RBC, no platelets (has no role in gas transport)
gather interstitial fluid from tissues and dump back into blo…
purposes of lymphatic system and immun…
collect & transport lymph fluid, support immune system functi…
what are the two areas of connection o…
L internal jugular & L subclav. vein / R internal jugular & R…
91 terms
anatomy: lymphatics and the immune system
JIBLS
ILIAC
nodules in the walls of the ileum and…
major site for lymphocyte production
trunks
nodes
peyers patches
spleen
JIBLS
trunks
ILIAC
nodes
17 terms
Lymphatic and Immune System Anatomy
what is the lymphatic system and why i…
how does the lymphatic system work wit…
pathway of lymph flow
how do lymph vessels maintain lymph fl…
a system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue flui…
filters pathogens to be trapped by the immune system
-tissue fluid enters lymphatic capillaries becoming lymph... -ly…
has a very low pressure system, uses valves to maintain flow…
what is the lymphatic system and why i…
a system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue flui…
how does the lymphatic system work wit…
filters pathogens to be trapped by the immune system
98 terms
Anatomy- Lymphatic and Immune system
What is immunity or resistance?
What are the two types of immunity?
Adaptive or specific immunity
2 parts of innate or nonspecific immun…
Ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses
1. Innate or nonspecific immunity - present at birth 2. Adapt…
1. Specific recognition 2. Memory
1. Skin/mucous membranes 2. Internal defenses
What is immunity or resistance?
Ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses
What are the two types of immunity?
1. Innate or nonspecific immunity - present at birth 2. Adapt…
53 terms
Anatomy- The Lymphatic System and Immunity
by draining interstitial fluid and pro…
Pathogens
Immunity/Resistance
Suspectibility
How does the lymphatic system contribute to homeostasis?
Disease-producing microbes such as bacteria and viruses
The ability to ward off damage or disease through out body's…
Vulnerability or lack or resistance
by draining interstitial fluid and pro…
How does the lymphatic system contribute to homeostasis?
Pathogens
Disease-producing microbes such as bacteria and viruses
22 terms
anatomy: lymphatic and immune systems
lymphatic system components
function of lymphatic system
lymphatic ducts
anatomy of lymph nodes
- lymphatic vessels... - lymphatic organs ... - lymphatic cells
- return leaked plasma to bloodstream... - screen lymph for fore…
- return lymph to cardiovascular system (empty at the junctio…
- afferent and efferent vessels... - cortex and medulla... - macrop…
lymphatic system components
- lymphatic vessels... - lymphatic organs ... - lymphatic cells
function of lymphatic system
- return leaked plasma to bloodstream... - screen lymph for fore…
44 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic/Immune Systems
List the 3 functions of the Lymphatic…
Interstitial fluid
Plasma
Lymph
(1) Collect excess interstitial (tissue) fluid and return it…
Fluid within the tissue spaces
Source of fluid in the tissue spaces
Fluid within the lymph vessels
List the 3 functions of the Lymphatic…
(1) Collect excess interstitial (tissue) fluid and return it…
Interstitial fluid
Fluid within the tissue spaces
29 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic and Immune Systems
function of the lymphatic system
why is the lymphatic system needed
most cells get oxygen and nutrients di…
when intestitial fluid of the body ent…
return excess tissue fluid to the blood, filters pathogens to…
because plasma tends to leak out of capillaries
interstitial fluid
lymph
function of the lymphatic system
return excess tissue fluid to the blood, filters pathogens to…
why is the lymphatic system needed
because plasma tends to leak out of capillaries
77 terms
Anatomy lymphatic/immune systems
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
Nonspecific immunity provides a more g…
Specific immunity involves what type o…
Name 1 disadvantage of specific immuni…
Specific and Nonspecific
All pathogens
Recognize specific agents and respond to those
takes time
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
Specific and Nonspecific
Nonspecific immunity provides a more g…
All pathogens
62 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic System and Immunity
Pathogens
Lymphatic system
Immunity
Innate (nonspecific) Immunity
Disease-causing organisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi an…
the cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending the…
The ability to resist infection and disease
Anatomical barriers and defense mechanisms that do not distin…
Pathogens
Disease-causing organisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi an…
Lymphatic system
the cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending the…
138 terms
Lymphatic System and Immunity (anatomy)
immunity
innate mechanisms of defense
adaptive mechanisms of defense
when we get in contact with pathogen o…
resistance we have to disease
...
...
...
immunity
resistance we have to disease
innate mechanisms of defense
...
Anatomy- Lymphatic and Immune systems
purposes of lymphatic system and immun…
what are the two areas of connection o…
describe lymph fluid
main purpose of lymphatic vessels?
collect & transport lymph fluid, support immune system functi…
L internal jugular & L subclav. vein / R internal jugular & R…
clear, no RBC, no platelets (has no role in gas transport)
gather interstitial fluid from tissues and dump back into blo…
purposes of lymphatic system and immun…
collect & transport lymph fluid, support immune system functi…
what are the two areas of connection o…
L internal jugular & L subclav. vein / R internal jugular & R…
28 terms
Anatomy; Immunity and the Lymphatic System
Pathogen
3 diseases caused by a virus are...
Symbiont
How are diseases spread?
disease causing agent
HIV flu warts
lives off another organism
coughing, sneezing, physical contact, eating/drinking, infect…
Pathogen
disease causing agent
3 diseases caused by a virus are...
HIV flu warts
51 terms
Anatomy Lab 17 Lymphatic Immune System
axillary Lymph nodes
cervical nodes
axillary nodes
inguinal nodes
the circled region is what type of lymph node?
axillary Lymph nodes
the circled region is what type of lymph node?
cervical nodes
19 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic System and Immune System
Function of Lymphatic System
Most cells get oxygen and nutrients di…
Pathway of Flow
Lymphatic Capillaries
1. A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Interstitial Fluid
1.Throughout most of the body, interstitial fluid enters lymp…
Wall=Endothelium which is simple squamous
Function of Lymphatic System
1. A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Most cells get oxygen and nutrients di…
Interstitial Fluid
31 terms
Anatomy - Lymphatic System and Immune System
Functions of the lymph system
Lymphatic pathway
Functions of lymphatic capillaries
Functions of lymph nodes
1. fluid balance... 2. lipid absorption (lacteals)... 3. defense
lymphatic capillary > lymphatic vessel > lymph node > lymphat…
receive tissues through thin walls (inside, the fluid is call…
Contain lymphocytes and macrophages that fight invading organ…
Functions of the lymph system
1. fluid balance... 2. lipid absorption (lacteals)... 3. defense
Lymphatic pathway
lymphatic capillary > lymphatic vessel > lymph node > lymphat…
89 terms
Anatomy Exam 3: Lymphatic/Immune System
Lymphatic system
Immune system
Primary agents in these systems
Lymph capillary
returns excess interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins…
Protects body against foreign organisms, combats infections,…
Lymphocytes (foreign object attackers)... Lymphoid tissues (muco…
blind-ended tubes that collect interstitial fluid throughout…
Lymphatic system
returns excess interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins…
Immune system
Protects body against foreign organisms, combats infections,…
27 terms
Anatomy Immune / Lymphatic System Quest
fluid balance
fat absorption
defense
spleen
function of lymphatic system; takes excess fluid from tissues…
function of lymphatic system; absorbs fat in small intestines…
function of lymphatic system; protects body with white blood…
organ where white blood cells mature; largest lymphatic organ…
fluid balance
function of lymphatic system; takes excess fluid from tissues…
fat absorption
function of lymphatic system; absorbs fat in small intestines…
58 terms
Anatomy II Lymphatic and Immune System
What are the functions of the lymphati…
What do cells associated with the lymp…
Describe capillaries?
Interstitial fluid becomes lymph when…
prevents an accumulation of tissue fluid and protein in the i…
immunity, allergic reactions, and tissue rejection reactions.
microscopic, close-ended tubes that extend into interstitial…
Capillaries
What are the functions of the lymphati…
prevents an accumulation of tissue fluid and protein in the i…
What do cells associated with the lymp…
immunity, allergic reactions, and tissue rejection reactions.
84 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System (EPHS Anatomy)
lymphatic system
arteriole
venus
lymph
A network of vessels that transports fluids that have escaped…
Pressures at the capillary beds force fluid out of blood at t…
Most fluid is reabsorbed at the _________ end
Leaked fluid to be returned to blood stream
lymphatic system
A network of vessels that transports fluids that have escaped…
arteriole
Pressures at the capillary beds force fluid out of blood at t…
Anatomy Final - Lymphatic and Immune System
Lymphatic system functions
Thymas gland
Spleen
pathogen
defense and filtration
"immune school"
removes old RBC
disease causing agent... secretes perforin
Lymphatic system functions
defense and filtration
Thymas gland
"immune school"
52 terms
Anatomy, Lymphatic and Immune System(Powerpoint)
Agents of the immune system include...
What are the adaptive immunity stages?
___are antibody-mediated (humoral) imm…
___ are cell-mediated (cellular) immun…
blood cells, skin cells, mucosal cells, brain cells, liver ce…
Recognition of antigen... Activation of lymphocytes... Effector pha…
B cells
T cells
Agents of the immune system include...
blood cells, skin cells, mucosal cells, brain cells, liver ce…
What are the adaptive immunity stages?
Recognition of antigen... Activation of lymphocytes... Effector pha…
54 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic/Immune System
immune system
lymphatic system
fluid, immunity, lipid
lymphatic capillaries
the body's defense against infectious organisms and other inv…
the network of vessels through which lymph drains from the ti…
functions of the lymphatic system: _________ recovery, ______…
Small, open-ended lymph vessels that act like drain pipes whi…
immune system
the body's defense against infectious organisms and other inv…
lymphatic system
the network of vessels through which lymph drains from the ti…
62 terms
Anatomy Honors: Lymphatic and Immune System
lymphatic system
Lymphocytes
Lymph
Lymph vessels
System of vessels and organs that are responsible fir the bod…
White blood cells located in the blood vessels
Fluid within lymph vessels, similar to blood plasma, carries…
Similar to blood vessels, run along the entire body carrying…
lymphatic system
System of vessels and organs that are responsible fir the bod…
Lymphocytes
White blood cells located in the blood vessels
21 terms
Lymphatic System/Immunity-Anatomy 2
Nonspecific resistance
Immunity
Lymphatic system functions
Flow of lymph
Innate immunity... Present at birth... Protect against wide range…
adaptive... activation of specific lymphocytes... combat particul…
drain interstitial fluid... transport dietary fats... carry out imm…
interstitial fluid -> lymph capillaries -> lymph vessels -> l…
Nonspecific resistance
Innate immunity... Present at birth... Protect against wide range…
Immunity
adaptive... activation of specific lymphocytes... combat particul…
51 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic and Immune System Vocabulary
Immune system
Lymphatic system
Fluid balance
Infection
Not an organ system but a population of cells that inhabit or…
Maintains fluid balance and protects the body from infection…
One of the functions of the lymphatic system is that fluid is…
Entrance of a germ or pathogen into the body causing an immun…
Immune system
Not an organ system but a population of cells that inhabit or…
Lymphatic system
Maintains fluid balance and protects the body from infection…
26 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System continued
Location of lymph vessels
Lymphatic vessels
Consists of a network of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the…
They collect excess tissue fluid throughout the body and retu…
Located around the small intestines, called lacteals, and are…
They serve as One way pipes conducting lymph from the tissues…
Lymphatic System
Consists of a network of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the…
Lymphatic System continued
They collect excess tissue fluid throughout the body and retu…
62 terms
anatomy: lymphatic/immune system 1
lymphatic system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymph nodes
network of vessels and nodes that collect, process, and trans…
protein containing interstitial fluid/ECF that has entered ly…
one way system of drainage vessels that collects excess prote…
100s of lymhoid organs clustered along lymph vessels; monitor…
lymphatic system
network of vessels and nodes that collect, process, and trans…
lymph
protein containing interstitial fluid/ECF that has entered ly…
8 terms
Anatomy: Lymphatic/Immune System- Structure
Lymph Vessels
Lymph Capillaries
Lymph veins
Movement
Contain one-way valves
Tiny blind end tubules in tissue spaces that collect the inte…
larger vessels
Relies on skeletal muscles moving it through the lymph veins…
Lymph Vessels
Contain one-way valves
Lymph Capillaries
Tiny blind end tubules in tissue spaces that collect the inte…
63 terms
Anatomy & Physiology ~ Lymphatic System & Immunity
Is the lymphatic system a closed , cir…
Does the Lymphatic system have a centr…
What is the lymphatic system made of?
What does the lymphatic system transpo…
No
No
A network of thin-walled vessels that assists in circulating…
Excess fluid and proteins away from interstitial spaces and r…
Is the lymphatic system a closed , cir…
No
Does the Lymphatic system have a centr…
No
58 terms
Anatomy 265 Lymphatic and Immune System
Lymphatic Tissue
Reticular Cell Production
Lymphatic Nodule
Diffuse lymphatic tissue
-houses immune cells... - composed of reticular tissue secreted…
-reticular cells produce reticular fibers - fine collagen fib…
dense arrangement of lymphoid tissue found within lymphatic o…
-dispersed immune and reticular cells within body tissues... - f…
Lymphatic Tissue
-houses immune cells... - composed of reticular tissue secreted…
Reticular Cell Production
-reticular cells produce reticular fibers - fine collagen fib…
anatomy: blood, lymphatics, immune system
albumin
globulins
fibrinogens
three layers of blood vessels
helps prevent water from leaving the bloodstream and enter th…
some play role in immune system; some help transport stuff li…
play a role in the formation of blood clots
tunica intima, tunica media, tunica externa
albumin
helps prevent water from leaving the bloodstream and enter th…
globulins
some play role in immune system; some help transport stuff li…
58 terms
Anatomy Final- Lymphatic and Immune System
the immune system is made up of struct…
the immune system is a disconnected gr…
what are the parts of the immune system
the lymphatic system transports _____…
disease
cells, tissue, organs
lymphatic system structures, spleen, thymus and tonsils
interstitial fluid
the immune system is made up of struct…
disease
the immune system is a disconnected gr…
cells, tissue, organs
17 terms
Anatomy Lymphatic and Immune System Test
identify the components of the first,…
what causes fever? what are the intend…
how do vaccines stimulate the specific…
what is meant by the term immunocompet…
first: non-specific, skin, mucous membranes... second: non-speci…
The introduction/release of pyrogen in the blood. Intended im…
Vaccines teach the immune system by mimicking a natural infec…
Cell becomes capable of responding to a specific antigen by b…
identify the components of the first,…
first: non-specific, skin, mucous membranes... second: non-speci…
what causes fever? what are the intend…
The introduction/release of pyrogen in the blood. Intended im…
128 terms
Immune and Lymphatic System - Anatomy & Physiology
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
What does nonspecific immunity attack?
What mechanisms are involved in specif…
What is a disadvantage to specific imm…
specific and nonspecific
all pathogens
recognizing specific agents and responding to them
it takes time
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
specific and nonspecific
What does nonspecific immunity attack?
all pathogens
17 terms
Immune/Lymphatic System (anatomy and physiology)
Skin acts like a _______.
First line of defense is the _________…
Coughing and sneezing is an _________…
Stomach acid, sweat and saliva (do wha…
barrier
mucus, cilia and earwax
elimination
attack against pathogens.
Skin acts like a _______.
barrier
First line of defense is the _________…
mucus, cilia and earwax
87 terms
Anatomy Reproductive and Immune/Lymphatic System
Roles of the Reproductive System
Factors Necessary for Fertility in Males
Where does sperm production occur?
Sustentacular Cells
1. Produce Gametes through meiosis... 2. Transport gametes... 3. No…
1. Produce male gamete (sperm)... 2. Transport sperm and deliver…
Seminiferous tubules in the testes.
Support and protect sperm (form the blood-testes barrier)... 1.…
Roles of the Reproductive System
1. Produce Gametes through meiosis... 2. Transport gametes... 3. No…
Factors Necessary for Fertility in Males
1. Produce male gamete (sperm)... 2. Transport sperm and deliver…
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