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Anatomy chapter 15: Lymphatic system
functions of the lymphatic system
what does lymph consist of
type of lymphoid organ where stem cell…
examples of primary lymphoid organ
causes differentiation of lymphocytes, battle infectious agen…
interstitial fluid, lymphocytes (B and T cells), and macropha…
primary lymphoid organ
thymus and bone marrow
functions of the lymphatic system
causes differentiation of lymphocytes, battle infectious agen…
what does lymph consist of
interstitial fluid, lymphocytes (B and T cells), and macropha…
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Anatomy Chapter 15 - Lymphatic System
Primary lymphoid organs
Secondary lymphoid organs
Immunocompetent
Lymph
Where stem cells divide and become immunocompetent (ex. thymu…
Where immune responses occur (lymph nodes, tonsils, spleen)
Available to participate in immune reaction
Consists of interstitial fluid, lymphocytes, and macrophages
Primary lymphoid organs
Where stem cells divide and become immunocompetent (ex. thymu…
Secondary lymphoid organs
Where immune responses occur (lymph nodes, tonsils, spleen)
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Chapter 15 anatomy: Lymphatic system
functions of the lymphatic system
primary lymphoid structures
secondary lymphoid structures
lymphatic system
1. causes differentiation of lymphocytes resulting in b cells…
T cells, B cells, NK cells, ... (thymus gland, bone marrow)
b cells and lymphocytes to battle off infection agents (lymph…
consists of lymph, lymphatic vessels, lymphatic tissues (ex:…
functions of the lymphatic system
1. causes differentiation of lymphocytes resulting in b cells…
primary lymphoid structures
T cells, B cells, NK cells, ... (thymus gland, bone marrow)
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Anatomy 1 Chapter 15 Lymphatic system
What is the function of the lymphatic…
What is a lymph node
name the two lymph ducts and where are…
what are lacteals
return H20 to the blood via subclavian veins
a rich collection of macrophages and macrophages
thoracic duct located on the left side... right lymphatic duct l…
lymph capillaries in the small intestine
What is the function of the lymphatic…
return H20 to the blood via subclavian veins
What is a lymph node
a rich collection of macrophages and macrophages
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Principles of Anatomy, Tortora, Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
immunity or resistance
susceptibility
nonspecific immunity
specific (adaptive) immunity
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
lack of resistance
immune response that does not involve recognition of a microb…
refers to defenses that involve specific recognition of a mic…
immunity or resistance
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
susceptibility
lack of resistance
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Principles of Anatomy, Tortora, Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
immunity or resistance
susceptibility
nonspecific immunity
specific (adaptive) immunity
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
lack of resistance
immune response that does not involve recognition of a microb…
refers to defenses that involve specific recognition of a mic…
immunity or resistance
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
susceptibility
lack of resistance
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
Lymph
Spleen
Lacteals
Single squamous epithelial (endothelium)
Type of fluid carried in lymphatic system
Lymphoid organ that filters blood
Lymphatic capillary that drains digested fat from small intes…
Tissue makes up lymphatic capillaries
Lymph
Type of fluid carried in lymphatic system
Spleen
Lymphoid organ that filters blood
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Chapter 15-Lymphatic System
Adenitis
Hepatomegaly
Hypersensitivity
Immunity
Inflammation of the glands
Enlargement of the liver
Condition of being oversensitive
Condition of not serving disease represents protection agains…
Adenitis
Inflammation of the glands
Hepatomegaly
Enlargement of the liver
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic System
lymphatic system
lymphatic
interstitial fluid
lymph
consists of lymph, lymphatic vessels, lymphatic tissues & lym…
system that drains excess ISF, transports dietary lipids & vi…
blood filtered through capillary walls forms this
when ISF passes into lymphatic vessels it becomes this
lymphatic system
consists of lymph, lymphatic vessels, lymphatic tissues & lym…
lymphatic
system that drains excess ISF, transports dietary lipids & vi…
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
functions of the lymphatic system
interstitial fluid
plasma
lymph
1. collects excess interstitial fluid ... 2. provides protection…
1. fluid within the tissue spaces ... 2. source of the fluid in…
source of fluid in the tissues spaces
fluid within the lymph vessels
functions of the lymphatic system
1. collects excess interstitial fluid ... 2. provides protection…
interstitial fluid
1. fluid within the tissue spaces ... 2. source of the fluid in…
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Chapter 15: lymphatic system
Lymphtic system
Lymph fluid
Reticular connective tissue
Lymph nodes
Consits of lymph, lymphatic vessels, l. Tissues and lymphocyt…
After ISF passed through lymphatic vessels it is called this:
Lymphatic tissue is a specialized form of this; contains larg…
Filter lymph and remove substances through filtering and immu…
Lymphtic system
Consits of lymph, lymphatic vessels, l. Tissues and lymphocyt…
Lymph fluid
After ISF passed through lymphatic vessels it is called this:
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
Pathogen
Red Marrow
Thymus
Spleen
things that infect you and make you sick
site of stem cell production and creation of white blood cells
Allows the body to reject foreign tissues of invading pathogens
Filters blood sells and destroys worn out blood cell, engulf…
Pathogen
things that infect you and make you sick
Red Marrow
site of stem cell production and creation of white blood cells
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Chapter 15 - Lymphatic System
5 functions of lymphatic system
The lymphatic system consists of:
Lymph consists of:
where stem cells divide & become immun…
1. Causes differentiation of lymphocytes resulting in T cells…
1. Lymph... 2. Lymphatic vessels... 3. Lymphoid tissues... 4. Lymphoid…
1. Interstitial fluid... 2. Lymphocytes (T & B)... 4. Macrophages
primary lymphoid
5 functions of lymphatic system
1. Causes differentiation of lymphocytes resulting in T cells…
The lymphatic system consists of:
1. Lymph... 2. Lymphatic vessels... 3. Lymphoid tissues... 4. Lymphoid…
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Chapter 15 lymphatic system
Lymphatic system
Lymph contain
Lymphatic capillaries
Lymphatic vessel
Function: 4... 1. Return institial fluild to venous circulation…
Institial fluid... Solutes ... Foreign materials
Structure: ... Small... Closed end tube... Overlapping endothelial cel…
S:... 3 tunics... Valve... Skeletal muscle pump... F:... Collect lymph from…
Lymphatic system
Function: 4... 1. Return institial fluild to venous circulation…
Lymph contain
Institial fluid... Solutes ... Foreign materials
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic System
5 Functions of the Lymphatic System
5 Components of the Lymph System
2 Divisions of Lymphatic Components
Primary lymphoid
Development of lymphocytes into T cells, B cells, and NK cell…
Lymph, lymphatic vessels, lymphoid tissues, lymphoid organs,…
Primary and secondary lymphoid
Location where stem cells divide and mature
5 Functions of the Lymphatic System
Development of lymphocytes into T cells, B cells, and NK cell…
5 Components of the Lymph System
Lymph, lymphatic vessels, lymphoid tissues, lymphoid organs,…
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Chapter 15 (The lymphatic system)
B cells
T cells
Adenoid
Antibody
Humoral immunity
Cellular immunity
Pharyngeal tonsils
Immonoglobulin
B cells
Humoral immunity
T cells
Cellular immunity
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic System
What is the lymphatic system?
What four functions does the lymphatic…
What is the difference between blood c…
What is lymphatic fluid or lymph?
the transport system and barracks of your immune system. Body…
Recycling fluids lost from the cardiovascular system, transpo…
Lymph capillaries terminate at their dead ends and have more…
fluid filling the lymph capillaries, straw colored clear flui…
What is the lymphatic system?
the transport system and barracks of your immune system. Body…
What four functions does the lymphatic…
Recycling fluids lost from the cardiovascular system, transpo…
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
Lymph
Spleen
Lacteals
Single squamous epithelial (endothelium)
Type of fluid carried in lymphatic system
Lymphoid organ that filters blood
Lymphatic capillary that drains digested fat from small intes…
Tissue makes up lymphatic capillaries
Lymph
Type of fluid carried in lymphatic system
Spleen
Lymphoid organ that filters blood
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Interstitial Fluid/ Intercellular Fluid
Lymph
Lymph Vessels
Supplement to the circulatory system.
Acts as intermediary between blood in the capillaries and the…
Watery fluid in the lymphatic vessels.
Accompany and closely parallel the veins.
Lymphatic System
Supplement to the circulatory system.
Interstitial Fluid/ Intercellular Fluid
Acts as intermediary between blood in the capillaries and the…
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic system
Function of lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymph nodes
Chyle
Fluid balance ... Protection ... Absorption of fats
Fluid that circulate in the lymphoma system
Filter the lymph
Is the milky fluid that drains from the intestinal lacteals
Function of lymphatic system
Fluid balance ... Protection ... Absorption of fats
Lymph
Fluid that circulate in the lymphoma system
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Chapter 15: lymphatic system
IgG
IgM
IgA
IgE
Resistance to pathogens
1st antibody secreted
Found in glandular secretions
Stimulates inflamation
IgG
Resistance to pathogens
IgM
1st antibody secreted
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System TCHS
Antibody
Immune
Immunity
Immunology
protein produced in response to an antigen
protected from an infectious disease
state of being protected
the science and practice of immunity and allergy
Antibody
protein produced in response to an antigen
Immune
protected from an infectious disease
Chapter 15 lymphatic system
Natural Immunity
Acquired active immunity
Acquired passive immunity
acquired active artificial
Last a life time Inherited
have the disease and recover
obtained through mothers milk
immunization
Natural Immunity
Last a life time Inherited
Acquired active immunity
have the disease and recover
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Chapter 15 - Lymphatic System
Right Lymphatic Duct
Thoracic Lymphatic Duct
Lymph
Lymphatic system
drains the right side of the head, right upper extremity and…
drains the backside of the head, left upper body, all the low…
a thin, watery fluid composed of inter cellular, or interstit…
maintain interstitial fluid, drainage, and filter. Protection…
Right Lymphatic Duct
drains the right side of the head, right upper extremity and…
Thoracic Lymphatic Duct
drains the backside of the head, left upper body, all the low…
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Lymphatic system chapter 15
Antibody
Antigen
Immunity
Lymph
Protein found in the plasma that is responsible for humoral i…
Any substance that induces a state of sensitivity or resistan…
Resistance to infectious disease and harmful substances
Clear or yellowish fluid derived from the interstitial fluid…
Antibody
Protein found in the plasma that is responsible for humoral i…
Antigen
Any substance that induces a state of sensitivity or resistan…
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Chapter 15 lymphatic system
Lymph/o
Lymphoid
Interstitial fluid
Lymph
Lymph fluid, lymph vessels, lymph nodes
Pertains to lymph or tissue of lymphatic system
Clear, colorless tissue fluid that leaves the capillaries and…
Is formed when interstitial fluid moves to the capillaries of…
Lymph/o
Lymph fluid, lymph vessels, lymph nodes
Lymphoid
Pertains to lymph or tissue of lymphatic system
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Chapter 15: The Lymphatic System
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic capillaries
lacteals
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... microscop…
porous walls of lymphatic capillaries in the intestinal wall…
lymph
fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
lymphatic vessels
permit only one way movement of lymph
Chapter 15 - The Lymphatic System
Lymph
Right Lymphatic Duct
Thoracic Duct
Lymph Node
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Drains lymph from the right upper extremity and right side of…
Largest lymphatic vessels, drains lymph 3/4 of the body
Defense and WBCs formation
Lymph
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Right Lymphatic Duct
Drains lymph from the right upper extremity and right side of…
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chapter 15 lymphatic system
pathogens
immunity/resistance
susceptibility
2 types of immunity
disease producing microbes (bacteria and viruses)
ward off damage or disease caused by microbes
lack of resistance
innate and adaptive
pathogens
disease producing microbes (bacteria and viruses)
immunity/resistance
ward off damage or disease caused by microbes
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic system
What are the five functions of the lym…
What is differentiation?
Lymphocytes differentiate into what 3…
What are primary lymphoid structures?
1. causes differentiation of lymphocytes... 2. Lymphocytes battl…
Process of a cell becoming specialized IE into a T cell or B…
T cells, B cells, and NK cells
Thymus gland and Bone marrow
What are the five functions of the lym…
1. causes differentiation of lymphocytes... 2. Lymphocytes battl…
What is differentiation?
Process of a cell becoming specialized IE into a T cell or B…
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The Lymphatic System (chapter 15)
Lymph fluid
Lymph vessels
Lymph nodes
Spleen
The _____ _____ acts as an intermediary between the blood in…
The _____ _______ transport the excess tissue fluid back into…
The _____ _____ produce lymphocytes and filter out harmful ba…
The ______ produces lymphocytes and monocytes, acts as a reso…
Lymph fluid
The _____ _____ acts as an intermediary between the blood in…
Lymph vessels
The _____ _______ transport the excess tissue fluid back into…
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic system
Name the two main lymphatic ducts
what drains the upper right side of th…
The thoracic duct drains lymph into ve…
What are areas of masses of B and T ce…
1. Left Thoracic duct... 2. Right Lymphatic duct
The Right lymphatic duct
Between the Left internal jugular and the Left Subclavian vei…
Lymph nodes
Name the two main lymphatic ducts
1. Left Thoracic duct... 2. Right Lymphatic duct
what drains the upper right side of th…
The Right lymphatic duct
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Chapter 15-Lymphatic System
The lymphatic system consists of?
lymph
Lymphatic tissue
most common lymphocytes in lymphatic t…
1. lymph... 2. lymphatic vessles... 3. lymph tissues and organs... 4.…
interstitial fluid that has entered and flows through lymphat…
specialized form of reticular connective tissue that contains…
T cells and B cells
The lymphatic system consists of?
1. lymph... 2. lymphatic vessles... 3. lymph tissues and organs... 4.…
lymph
interstitial fluid that has entered and flows through lymphat…
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Principles of Human Anatomy, Tortora, Chapter 15 Lymphatic System and Immunity
immunity or resistance
susceptibility
nonspecific immunity
specific (adaptive) immunity
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
lack of resistance
immune response that does not involve recognition of a microb…
refers to defenses that involve specific recognition of a mic…
immunity or resistance
the ability to ward off damage or disease through our defenses;
susceptibility
lack of resistance
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Chapter 15, lymphatic system *wip*
lymphatic system
capillaries
blood vessels
lacteals
consists of: lymphatic vessels; lymphoid tissues and lymphoid…
Lymphatic vessels start with lymphatic _______________.
lymphatic vessels travel along with _______ ________.
carry dietary lipids into lymphatic vessels and ultimately in…
lymphatic system
consists of: lymphatic vessels; lymphoid tissues and lymphoid…
capillaries
Lymphatic vessels start with lymphatic _______________.
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic System
Pathogens
Immunity
Susceptibility
What are the two general types of immu…
Disease producing microbes such as bacteria or viruses.
"Resistance" - The ability to ward off damage or disease.
Lack of a immunity or resistance to pathogens.
1. Innate... 2. Adaptive
Pathogens
Disease producing microbes such as bacteria or viruses.
Immunity
"Resistance" - The ability to ward off damage or disease.
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Chapter 15: The Peripheral Vascular System and Lymphatic System
Vascular System
Function of Lymphatic System
Function of Arteries and Veins
Function of Arteries
consists of vessels which transport blood and lymph
transports fluid throughout the body
transports blood throughout the body
to transport oxygenated blood throughout the body
Vascular System
consists of vessels which transport blood and lymph
Function of Lymphatic System
transports fluid throughout the body
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic and Immune System - Vocabulary and Terminology
acquired immunity
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
active acquired immunity
adenoids
immunity as a result of exposure to a disease
a potentially fatal disease causing suppression of the immune…
two types- natural and artificial acquired immunity
pair of glands composed of lymphoid tissue, found in the naso…
acquired immunity
immunity as a result of exposure to a disease
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
a potentially fatal disease causing suppression of the immune…
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Chapter 15 - The Lymphatic System
Mastectomy
Tonsillectomy
Natural Passive
Palatine
What is the surgical removal of the breast?
What is the surgical removal of the tonsils?
Immunity passed from a mother to the fetus while in utero is…
What tonsils are located on either side of the throat?
Mastectomy
What is the surgical removal of the breast?
Tonsillectomy
What is the surgical removal of the tonsils?
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Chapter 15 hemotolgy & lymphatic system
Blood functions
Combining forms for blood
Hematology
Hematopoiesis
Supplies body tissues with oxygen, nutrients (vitamins, miner…
Hem/o and hemat/o
The study of blood
Medical term for formation of blood
Blood functions
Supplies body tissues with oxygen, nutrients (vitamins, miner…
Combining forms for blood
Hem/o and hemat/o
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Chapter 15 - Lymphatic and Immune System
Functions of Lymphatic System
Lymph capillaries
Lymph
Lymphatic Vessels
- Recycle fluid lost from cardiovascular system ... - transport…
Smallest pieces of lymphatic system
Fluid in lymphatic system
Structurally similar to veins - drain into lymph trunks
Functions of Lymphatic System
- Recycle fluid lost from cardiovascular system ... - transport…
Lymph capillaries
Smallest pieces of lymphatic system
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Chapter 15 Blood and Lymphatic System
malignant condition with excessive, un…
Deficiency in the number of white bloo…
Deficiency of all blood cells
decrease in the number of platelets
Leukemia
Leukocytopenia
Pancytopenia
Thrombocytopenia
malignant condition with excessive, un…
Leukemia
Deficiency in the number of white bloo…
Leukocytopenia
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic/Immune System
interstitial
lymph
right lymphatic duct
thoracic duct
fluid within the tissue spaces
fluid within the lymph vessels
drains the upper right part of the body
largest lymph vein; it empties into the left subclavian vein
interstitial
fluid within the tissue spaces
lymph
fluid within the lymph vessels
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic and Immune System
Interstitial fluid
lymph nodes
When lymph enters the node through the…
lymphadenitis
acts as the intermediary between the blood in the capillaries…
tiny, oval shaped structures ranging from the size of a pinhe…
immune
a swelling in the lymph glands
Interstitial fluid
acts as the intermediary between the blood in the capillaries…
lymph nodes
tiny, oval shaped structures ranging from the size of a pinhe…
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Chapter 15: Thy Lymphatic System
Afferent lymphaticvessels
Chyle
Cortical nodule/lymph nodule
Edema
lymphatic vessels that enter the lymph nodes at various sites
lymph in the lacteals that has a high fat content and looks m…
a dense aggregation of tissue in a lymph node
Swelling
Afferent lymphaticvessels
lymphatic vessels that enter the lymph nodes at various sites
Chyle
lymph in the lacteals that has a high fat content and looks m…
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Chapter 15 Blood lymphatic system
pancytopenia
hemophilia
erythrocytes
leukocytes
deficiency of all blood cells
genetic disorder causing blood not to clot
RBC
WBC
pancytopenia
deficiency of all blood cells
hemophilia
genetic disorder causing blood not to clot
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Chapter 15 - the lymphatic and immune system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic capillaries
right lymphatic duct
fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molevules and…
permit only one-way movement of lymph
tiny blind-ended (closed at the end) tubes distributed in tis…
drains lymph from the right upper extremity and the right sid…
lymph
fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molevules and…
lymphatic vessels
permit only one-way movement of lymph
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Chapter 15: The Lymphatic System and Immunity
Lymphatic System
Lymph
Lymphatic Tissue
Antigens
A system that consists of four elements:... -Fluid called lymph…
An interstitial fluid that passes through lymphatic vessels.…
A specialized form of reticular connective tissue that contai…
Chemical substances that are recognized as foreign and provok…
Lymphatic System
A system that consists of four elements:... -Fluid called lymph…
Lymph
An interstitial fluid that passes through lymphatic vessels.…
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic and Immune System
pathogen
resistance
non specific resistance
types of non specific resistance
a disease-producing agent/organism - e.g., virus, bacteria, p…
the ability to fight disease
general protection, against many potential pathogens i.e., in…
mechanical barriers... chemicals... phagocytosis... inflammation... fever
pathogen
a disease-producing agent/organism - e.g., virus, bacteria, p…
resistance
the ability to fight disease
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Chapter 15: Lymphatic System & Lymphoid Tissues
Lymphatic System
Lymph
Lymphatic Vessels
lymphatic capillaries
1) collects & drains away excess interstitial fluid ( = lymph…
clear fluid that is similar to interstitial fluid or blood pl…
begin as lymphatic capillaries
drain into larger vessels called lymphatics
Lymphatic System
1) collects & drains away excess interstitial fluid ( = lymph…
Lymph
clear fluid that is similar to interstitial fluid or blood pl…
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