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RHS Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic System
What is the function of Thymosin
What is the function of the Spleen
What is the action of the mast cell
Immunoglobulins
creates T-cells
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteria
release histamine and leukotrienes
Antibodies that constitute the gamma globulin fraction of the…
What is the function of Thymosin
creates T-cells
What is the function of the Spleen
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteria
22 terms
Anatomy and physiology lymphatic system
Capillary Fluid Exchange
Point of the lymphatic system
What is in the lymph fluid
3 layers of lymph vessels
_Returns interstitial fluid to the blood... -Helps maintain hydr…
blood plasma : water, nutrients, gases, and small proteins
Endothelial lining... -Smooth muscle and elastic fibers... -Connect…
Capillary Fluid Exchange
Point of the lymphatic system
_Returns interstitial fluid to the blood... -Helps maintain hydr…
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
33 terms
Anatomy/Physiology: Lymphatic System
Describe components of lymphatic system
Difference between lymphatic system an…
Functions of lymphatic system
How much venous blood is not reabsorbe…
-lymph: clear colorless fluid system collects from interstiti…
The lymphatic system deals with fluid recovery, immunity, and…
-fluid recovery: re absorption of excess tissue fluid not abs…
15% of blood plasma is not reabsorbed by the blood capillaries
Describe components of lymphatic system
-lymph: clear colorless fluid system collects from interstiti…
Difference between lymphatic system an…
The lymphatic system deals with fluid recovery, immunity, and…
7 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System (anatomy)
spleen
spleen
lingual tonsil
palatine tonsil
spleen
spleen
63 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic System
Function of Thymosin
Function of the Spleen
Action of the mast cell
Immunoglobulins
promotes the maturation and development of T-cells
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteri…
release histamine and leukotrienes
Antibodies that constitute the gamma globulin fraction of the…
Function of Thymosin
promotes the maturation and development of T-cells
Function of the Spleen
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteri…
48 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic System
Lymphatic Vessels
Lacteals
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Process of Fluid Movement Through the…
Transport and drain excess fluid away from interstitial space…
Lymphatic vessels that are located in the lining of the small…
- Work closely with the CV system to maintain homeostasis... - C…
1. Lymphatic Capillaries... 2. Lymphatic Vessels... 3. Lymph Node... 4…
Lymphatic Vessels
Transport and drain excess fluid away from interstitial space…
Lacteals
Lymphatic vessels that are located in the lining of the small…
22 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lymphatic System
Innate Defense
Skin and mucus membranes
skin and mucus membranes cont.
internal defenses
- present at birth... - immediate protection against pathogens a…
- first line of defense... -physical barrier- epidermis... -- cuts…
- mucus ~traps microbes ---hairs (in nasal cavity)... - cilia (…
Antimicrobial proteins
Innate Defense
- present at birth... - immediate protection against pathogens a…
Skin and mucus membranes
- first line of defense... -physical barrier- epidermis... -- cuts…
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
10 terms
Anatomy & Physiology~ Lymphatic System
What are the structures of the Lymphat…
What are the functions of the lymphati…
Lymph
Lymphatic Vessels
- Lymphatic Vessels... - Lymph Nodes- sacks of lymph or fluid ... -…
1. Tissue fluid balance ... 2. Defense against pathogens ... 3. Lup…
Extra fluid of the body
Thinner than blood vessels
What are the structures of the Lymphat…
- Lymphatic Vessels... - Lymph Nodes- sacks of lymph or fluid ... -…
What are the functions of the lymphati…
1. Tissue fluid balance ... 2. Defense against pathogens ... 3. Lup…
52 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lymphatic System
What are the function of the Lymphatic…
Describe the capillary dynamics
What is HP?
What is OP
Return Fluid/Proteins to Blood... Defense (T & B Cells)... Transport
* blood moves through capillaries there is a a certain amount…
Hydro-static pressure... the amount of pressure on the wall of c…
Osmotic pressure- the amount of pressure within the vessel... *h…
What are the function of the Lymphatic…
Return Fluid/Proteins to Blood... Defense (T & B Cells)... Transport
Describe the capillary dynamics
* blood moves through capillaries there is a a certain amount…
16 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
History of the Lymphatic System
Function of the Lymphatic system
Description of the system
Description of lymph
Circulatory system included lymphatic and immune system ... AIDS…
Collects Lymph... Protects/Defends against disease causing agents
Vascular system (Made up of vessels)... No pump ... runs adjacent t…
Tissue Fluid ... H2O and dissolved fluids that left blood capill…
History of the Lymphatic System
Circulatory system included lymphatic and immune system ... AIDS…
Function of the Lymphatic system
Collects Lymph... Protects/Defends against disease causing agents
26 terms
Lymphatic System (Anatomy and Physiology)
How many liters of fluid do the lympha…
What is the name for the specialized l…
Which of these organs is not a part of…
Lymphatic capillaries are usually:... A)…
3 (three).
Lacteal(s).
Uvula.
B.
How many liters of fluid do the lympha…
3 (three).
What is the name for the specialized l…
Lacteal(s).
28 terms
Anatomy and Physiology-Lymphatic System
What are the components of the lymphat…
Where does much of the immune response…
Lymph
What are the 2 main ducts formed by ly…
Lymphatic organs and tissues; lymphatic vessels and lymph.
The lymphatic system
Is the fluid found within lymphatic vessels and is formed fro…
Thoracic duct and right lymphatic duct.
What are the components of the lymphat…
Lymphatic organs and tissues; lymphatic vessels and lymph.
Where does much of the immune response…
The lymphatic system
245 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System
What are the three major components of…
What is the fx of lymph?
What is the fx of lymph vessels?
What is the fx of lymphatic tissues?
Lymph, Lymph vessels, and Lymphatic tissues
Clear blood filtrate. Tissue fluid.
Contain lymph. Can convey lymph back to the blood stream
Lymph nodes and nodules, tonsils, spleen, thymus, and red bon…
What are the three major components of…
Lymph, Lymph vessels, and Lymphatic tissues
What is the fx of lymph?
Clear blood filtrate. Tissue fluid.
42 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Lymphatic Pathway
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic Capillaries
1.) absorbs interstitial fluid which leaks out of the blood c…
1) Lymphatic Capillaries- reabsorb the interstitial fluid ... 2)…
-Similar structure as veins- both have valves... -movement aided…
-vessel... -run parallel to blood vessel... -closed ended tubes
Functions of the Lymphatic System
1.) absorbs interstitial fluid which leaks out of the blood c…
Lymphatic Pathway
1) Lymphatic Capillaries- reabsorb the interstitial fluid ... 2)…
20 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 13 Lymphatic System
Malignant
Lymph
Benign
Infectious Diseases
when a disease is life-threatening
name of fluid that enters the lymph vessels
when a disease does not cause significant harm
diseases that are caused by parasites such as bacteria, fungi…
Malignant
when a disease is life-threatening
Lymph
name of fluid that enters the lymph vessels
Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic System
The lymphatic system
Lymphatic system functions
Lymph
Lymph capillaries
Consists of two semi-independent parts - lymphatic vessels an…
•Transports escaped fluids back to the blood... •Plays essential…
•Excess tissue fluid carried by lymphatic vessels... •Lymph move…
Fluid leaks into capillaries
The lymphatic system
Consists of two semi-independent parts - lymphatic vessels an…
Lymphatic system functions
•Transports escaped fluids back to the blood... •Plays essential…
14 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lymphatic System
Agglutinogens (Antigens)
Agglutinins (Antibodies)
Blood Transfusion
Immune System
Substances found on the surface of erythrocytes. They serve t…
Agglutinins (antibodies) are found in plasma, and serve the p…
The transfer of whole blood from one individual to another.
"The body system in humans and animals that protects the orga…
Agglutinogens (Antigens)
Substances found on the surface of erythrocytes. They serve t…
Agglutinins (Antibodies)
Agglutinins (antibodies) are found in plasma, and serve the p…
17 terms
Anatomy and physiology lymphatic system
Adenoids
Antibody
Antigen
Autoimmune disorder
Small masses of lymphoid tissue located posterior to nasal ca…
Special kind of protein that the body produces to destroy or…
Specific substance that, when introduced to the body, stimula…
Arises when the immune system fails to differentiate between…
Adenoids
Small masses of lymphoid tissue located posterior to nasal ca…
Antibody
Special kind of protein that the body produces to destroy or…
8 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: The Lymphatic System
Although lymph usually is clear, what…
What part of the lymphatic system give…
What are lymphatic capillaries?
What are lymphatics?
Chyle
Lymphocytes
closed - ended tubes of microscopic size that extend into int…
Lymphatic vessels, similar to veins in structure.
Although lymph usually is clear, what…
Chyle
What part of the lymphatic system give…
Lymphocytes
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
42 terms
12 - Lymphatic System - Anatomy & Physiology
lymphatic system
edema
lymphatic vessels
lymph
the interconnected system of spaces and vessels between body…
swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue
large vessels with valves, which collect and carry lymph to l…
the clear fluid that bathes each cell and transfers needed su…
lymphatic system
the interconnected system of spaces and vessels between body…
edema
swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue
20 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: The Lymphatic System
Components
Lymphatic Vessels
Lymph
Lymphoid/lymphatic tissues and organs
1. Lymphatic Vessels/Lymphatics... 2. Lymphoid/lymphatic tissues…
Collect excess fluid and proteins from tissues and return the…
Fluid in lymphatics
Function in defense against foreign substances and cells
Components
1. Lymphatic Vessels/Lymphatics... 2. Lymphoid/lymphatic tissues…
Lymphatic Vessels
Collect excess fluid and proteins from tissues and return the…
40 terms
Lymphatic System anatomy and physiology
Lymph
Lymphatic system
describe the lymphatic vessels
• This system is a one-way system
The part of the blood that does not return from body tissue t…
only carries fluid away from the tissues provides a continuou…
Lymphatic vessels are extensive; every region of the body is…
o Begins with lymphatic capillaries that lie near blood capil…
Lymph
The part of the blood that does not return from body tissue t…
Lymphatic system
only carries fluid away from the tissues provides a continuou…
20 terms
Anatomy and physiology lymphatic system
Lymphatic tissues that form a protecti…
What occurs when the body's immune sys…
A straw-colored fluid that diffuses fr…
Which disease is a result of the thick…
tonsils
Hypersensitivity
interstitial fluid
Scleroderma
Lymphatic tissues that form a protecti…
tonsils
What occurs when the body's immune sys…
Hypersensitivity
14 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lymphatic System
lymphatic system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic ducts
drains fluid from our tissue spaces; lymphatic vessels return…
latin "water"... clear fluid that resembles plasma... composed pr…
include lymphatic capillaries and several larger lymphatic ve…
large tube or vessel that carries lymph, such as the thoracic…
lymphatic system
drains fluid from our tissue spaces; lymphatic vessels return…
lymph
latin "water"... clear fluid that resembles plasma... composed pr…
82 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lymphatic system
Lymphatic and Cardiovascular System
Components of Lymphatic System**
Function of L system**
Lymph Capillaries**
-Lymphatic vessels work in conjuntion with cardiovascular... -Ma…
-Network of lymphatic vessels/nodes... -Spleen... -Thymus... -Tonsils
-Assists in maintaining fluid balance... -Transports excess flui…
-Microscopic close ended tubes... -Extend into spaces within the…
Lymphatic and Cardiovascular System
-Lymphatic vessels work in conjuntion with cardiovascular... -Ma…
Components of Lymphatic System**
-Network of lymphatic vessels/nodes... -Spleen... -Thymus... -Tonsils
54 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Lymphatic System
Functions
Functions of lymphatic system in fluid…
lymphatic system is composed of
isolated structures containing lymphoi…
1. Maintain fluid balance in the internal environment and *im…
1. lymph... 2. lymphatic vessels... 3. isolated structures containi…
1. lymph nodes... 2. aggregated lymphoid nodules... 3. tonsils... 4. t…
Functions
1. Maintain fluid balance in the internal environment and *im…
Functions of lymphatic system in fluid…
41 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II-Lymphatic system
Functions of lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymphatic channels
Other lymphatic tissues
Returns fluid from interstitial space to the vascular compart…
fluid in the lymphatic channels, like plasma but less protien
move fluid through lymph nodes
tonsils and adenoids, spleen, thymus, peyer's patches
Functions of lymphatic system
Returns fluid from interstitial space to the vascular compart…
Lymph
fluid in the lymphatic channels, like plasma but less protien
41 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II-Lymphatic system
Functions of lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymphatic channels
Other lymphatic tissues
Returns fluid from interstitial space to the vascular compart…
fluid in the lymphatic channels, like plasma but less protien
move fluid through lymph nodes
tonsils and adenoids, spleen, thymus, peyer's patches
Functions of lymphatic system
Returns fluid from interstitial space to the vascular compart…
Lymph
fluid in the lymphatic channels, like plasma but less protien
55 terms
Honors Anatomy & Physiology - The Lymphatic System
lymphatic system functions
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic nodes
lymphatic capillaries
regulates pressure; filter/regulator of water
run parallel to capillary bed; valves to prevent backflow
specialized organs that filter lymph, make WBCs
extend into interstitial spaces, parallel to blood capillarie…
lymphatic system functions
regulates pressure; filter/regulator of water
lymphatic vessels
run parallel to capillary bed; valves to prevent backflow
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
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
lymphatic vessel
lymph
Lymph capillaries
Right lymphatic Duct
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
interlocking with tissue and blood capillaries to absorb the…
drains the lymph from the right arm and right side of the hea…
lymphatic vessel
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
lymph
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
32 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology - Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Infection
Collection of tissues and organs that rid the body of wastes,…
Fluid balance, protection from infection and the absorption o…
Blood circulates through body and capillaries, dissolved subs…
Lymphocytes attack and destroy foreign organisms; Lymphoid ti…
Lymphatic System
Collection of tissues and organs that rid the body of wastes,…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid balance, protection from infection and the absorption o…
36 terms
Animal Anatomy & Physiology Lymphatic System
Lymph
What are the organs involved?
What are the functions of the lymphati…
How do lymphatic vessels form?
organs, vessels, and fluid
red bone marrow, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, and diffuse lym…
draining excess interstitial fluid & plasma proteins from tis…
capillaries that begin as closed-ended tubes found in spaces…
Lymph
organs, vessels, and fluid
What are the organs involved?
red bone marrow, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, and diffuse lym…
27 terms
MBLEx: Anatomy and Physiology - The Lymphatic System
Axillary nodes
Catchment
Cervical nodes
Cisterna chyli
Lymph nodes located in the axillary region (armpit) that rece…
A group of lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes located in the cervical (neck) region that receiv…
The enlarged lower end of the thoracic duct.
Axillary nodes
Lymph nodes located in the axillary region (armpit) that rece…
Catchment
A group of lymph nodes.
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
lymphatic vessel
lymph
Lymph capillaries
Right lymphatic Duct
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
interlocking with tissue and blood capillaries to absorb the…
drains the lymph from the right arm and right side of the hea…
lymphatic vessel
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
lymph
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
78 terms
Anatomy & Physiology II - The Lymphatic System
What are 3 types of structures of the…
What does the lymphatic system do?
What is normal T cell count?
T cell count of 200 turns _____ into _…
Network of lymphatic vessels, lymph, and lymph nodes
Returns fluids leaked from blood vessels back to blood. Fluid…
1600
HIV into AIDS
What are 3 types of structures of the…
Network of lymphatic vessels, lymph, and lymph nodes
What does the lymphatic system do?
Returns fluids leaked from blood vessels back to blood. Fluid…
49 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood and Lymphatic System
Formed Elements
Other Fluids and tissues make up
Whole blood makes up
Blood plasma is
45% of whole blood and consists of platelets, WBC, and RBC
92% of blood
8% of blood
55% of whole blood
Formed Elements
45% of whole blood and consists of platelets, WBC, and RBC
Other Fluids and tissues make up
92% of blood
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…
81 terms
Lymphatic system Anatomy and physiology 202
3 main functions of lymphatic system
How thick is a capillary wall?
Why is a capillary wall only one cell…
What is the difference between diffusi…
Fluid recovery... Lipid absorption... Immunity
One cell thick
So gases can exchange easily
D- mixing 2 or more substances. High concentration to low con…
3 main functions of lymphatic system
Fluid recovery... Lipid absorption... Immunity
How thick is a capillary wall?
One cell thick
26 terms
Anatomy & Physiology, Circulation & Lymphatic System
Fetal Circulation
Umbilical Cord
Hepatic Portal Circulation
Pulse
Fetus receives exchanges of gases, nutrients, and wastes thro…
Contains three vessels : Umbilical vein - carries blood rich…
Major vessels: inferior and superior mesenteric veins, spleni…
Pressure wave of blood, Monitored at "pressure points" in art…
Fetal Circulation
Fetus receives exchanges of gases, nutrients, and wastes thro…
Umbilical Cord
Contains three vessels : Umbilical vein - carries blood rich…
16 terms
Lymphatic/Digestive System Anatomy and Physiology
Two lymphatic system functions
Excess tissue fluid carried by lymphat…
Four organs of the lymphatic system an…
Nonspecific Defense Mechanism of the L…
transports fluids into blood and essential in body's immune s…
Lymph
spleen- filters blood and blood reservoir... thymus- releases ho…
Skin;barrier to foreign materials and acidic to bacteria growth
Two lymphatic system functions
transports fluids into blood and essential in body's immune s…
Excess tissue fluid carried by lymphat…
Lymph
34 terms
"The Lymphatic System & The Blood" Anatomy & Physiology
lymphatic system
blood
MCV
MCH
Regulates body fluids and immune system
AKA the fluid of life, classified as the connective tissue -…
mean corpuscular volume
mean corpuscular hemoglobin
lymphatic system
Regulates body fluids and immune system
blood
AKA the fluid of life, classified as the connective tissue -…
27 terms
MBLEx: Anatomy and Physiology - The Lymphatic System
Axillary nodes
Catchment
Cervical nodes
Cisterna chyli
Lymph nodes located in the axillary region (armpit) that rece…
A group of lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes located in the cervical (neck) region that receiv…
The enlarged lower end of the thoracic duct.
Axillary nodes
Lymph nodes located in the axillary region (armpit) that rece…
Catchment
A group of lymph nodes.
22 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System Function
Tissue Fluid
Lymph Capillaries
Consists of two semi-independent parts: lymphatic vessels and…
Transports tissue fluid back to the blood and plays essential…
Capillary Beds - Fluid is force out of the blood. Most is rea…
Begin as blind ended tubes. Flaps like valves open/close beca…
Lymphatic System
Consists of two semi-independent parts: lymphatic vessels and…
Lymphatic System Function
Transports tissue fluid back to the blood and plays essential…
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…
70 terms
Anatomy and physiology blood and lymphatic system
120 days
Leukocytes
Granular white blood cells
Neutrophils
How long do erythrocytes live
Phagocytizing bacteria, produce antibodies
2 times larger than red blood cells live about 12 hours neutr…
Granular, Accumulate at infection sites and ingest bacteria,…
120 days
How long do erythrocytes live
Leukocytes
Phagocytizing bacteria, produce antibodies
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