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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
7 terms
Physiology - Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Lymph (Lymphatic System)
Lymph Vessels (Lymphatic System)
Lymph Nodes (Lymphatic System)
Consists of lymph, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and lymph orga…
Made mostly of water, protein, leukocytes, urea, salts, and g…
Absorb foreign bodies and nutrients from tissues.
A mass of lymph tissue that filters and destroys foreign obje…
Lymphatic System
Consists of lymph, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and lymph orga…
Lymph (Lymphatic System)
Made mostly of water, protein, leukocytes, urea, salts, and g…
33 terms
The Lymphatic System - Medical Terminology
aden
-itis
aden/itis
hepato
glands
inflammation of
inflammation of the glands
liver
aden
glands
-itis
inflammation of
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Lymphatic System-Intro to Physiology
Lymphatic system is a companion to the…
TWO IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LYMP…
With nearby muscular contractions, the…
The lymphatic system consists of...
Cardiovascular system
Lymph capillaries do not have tight junctions between epithel…
stretch and open spaces between endothelial cells to permit t…
vessels (the lymphatics) and a fluid (lymph)
Lymphatic system is a companion to the…
Cardiovascular system
TWO IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LYMP…
Lymph capillaries do not have tight junctions between epithel…
31 terms
Medical Terminology: Lymphatic System
Lymph Vessels
Lymphangi/o
Lymph
Lymph/o
Primary Function... -Return lymph to the circulatory system
Lymph vessels
Primary Function... -Removes cellular waste products, pathogens,…
Lymph, lymphatic tissue
Lymph Vessels
Primary Function... -Return lymph to the circulatory system
Lymphangi/o
Lymph vessels
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…
67 terms
MTCJZ- Medical Terminology - Lymphatic System
ab-
Acquired Immunity
Aden/oids
Anti/body
away from
Production of antibodies and lymphocytes after exposure to an…
A mass of lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx
A protein produced by B cell lymphocytes to destroy antigens
ab-
away from
Acquired Immunity
Production of antibodies and lymphocytes after exposure to an…
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…
15 terms
Lymphatic System Medical Terminology
aden-
carcin-
chem-
Contra-
gland
cancer
drug
against
aden-
gland
carcin-
cancer
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…
106 terms
Medical Anatomy Physiology Unit 8 Blood/Lymphatic/Cardiovascular Systems
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Thrombocytes
Plasma
Red Blood Cells... Function: transports oxygen... Most numerous of…
White Blood Cells... Function: fight infection, protect against…
Platelets... Function: clot the blood
Liquid... Function: transports
Erythrocytes
Red Blood Cells... Function: transports oxygen... Most numerous of…
Leukocytes
White Blood Cells... Function: fight infection, protect against…
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…
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…
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…
6 terms
Lymphatic System Physiology
spleen
lingual tonsil
palatine tonsil
pharyngeal tonsil
reservoir for red and white blood cells. Phagocytoses old and…
traps foreign material and produces lymphocytes
traps foreign material and produces lymphocytes
traps foreign material and produces lymphocytes
spleen
reservoir for red and white blood cells. Phagocytoses old and…
lingual tonsil
traps foreign material and produces 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…
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…
43 terms
Medical Terms: Lymphatic System
carcin/o
immun/o
lymph/o
lymphaden/o
cancerous
immune, protection
lymph or lymphatic tissue
lymph gland
carcin/o
cancerous
immun/o
immune, protection
11 terms
Physiology: Lymphatic System
Move Fluids Back into Circulatory System
Microorganisms, Toxins, Diseased Cells
Yellowish, Watery Fluid, No RBC's
Transport Lymph
What are one of the two functions of the lymphatic system?
Being the other function of the lymphatic system, it protects…
What two characteristics make up lymph?
What is the function of lymphatic vessels?
Move Fluids Back into Circulatory System
What are one of the two functions of the lymphatic system?
Microorganisms, Toxins, Diseased Cells
Being the other function of the lymphatic system, it protects…
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
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
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
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.
10 terms
Medical Terminology - Lymphatic System
autoimmune disease
benign
biopsy
breakthrough pain
a disease in which the body is unable to recognize its own ti…
non-cancerous
the removal of a sample of tissue for examination and diagnosis
a type of severe pain that happens unexpectedly in people who…
autoimmune disease
a disease in which the body is unable to recognize its own ti…
benign
non-cancerous
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).
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…
17 terms
Physiology Lymphatic System Vocab
interstitial fluid
capillaries
vessels
metastasis
the fluid between the cells
a minute blood vessel connecting arterioles with venules
a duct or canal holding or conveying blood or other fluid
the spread of cancer from one body part or organ into another…
interstitial fluid
the fluid between the cells
capillaries
a minute blood vessel connecting arterioles with venules
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…
44 terms
Physiology- Lymphatic System
lymphatic system
functions of system
anatomy of lymphatic system
lymph
Excessive drainage system made up of a network of vessels and…
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
Lymph... Lymphatic vessels... Lymphatic tissue... Lymphatic nodules... Ly…
Bodily fluid (aooriximately 3L) derived from the interstitial…
lymphatic system
Excessive drainage system made up of a network of vessels and…
functions of system
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
78 terms
Physiological Functions of the Lymphatic System
Pathogens
First line of defense
Second line of defense
Third line of defense
-Agents capable of producing disease... -- viruses, bacteria, fu…
Skin and mucous membranes
Several nonspecific defense mechanisms... -Leukocytes and macrop…
Immune system... -Defeats a pathogen, leaves body with "memory"
Pathogens
-Agents capable of producing disease... -- viruses, bacteria, fu…
First line of defense
Skin and mucous membranes
15 terms
lymphatic system medical terms
adenoid/o
axill/o
immun/o
inguin/o
adenoids
axilla, underarm
protection
groin region
adenoid/o
adenoids
axill/o
axilla, underarm
8 terms
Medical Science: The Lymphatic System
The Lymphatic System
Lymph Nodes
Tonsils
Spleen
1. It consists of lymph, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and lymp…
1. Popularly called glands ... 2. Small, round, oval masses that…
1. Masses of lymphatic tissue that filter interstitial (betwe…
1. Located beneath the left side of the diaphragm and in back…
The Lymphatic System
1. It consists of lymph, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and lymp…
Lymph Nodes
1. Popularly called glands ... 2. Small, round, oval masses that…
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…
7 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System (anatomy)
spleen
spleen
lingual tonsil
palatine tonsil
spleen
spleen
39 terms
Physiology: Lymphatic System
Lymph
Lymph vessels
Lacteals
Lymphatic tissue
Name of tissue fluid that enters lymph capillaries; filtratio…
Start as dead end lymph capillaries, very permeable, collect…
Specialized lymph capillaries in villi of small intestine-abs…
Mostly lymphocytes in mesh-like frame work of connective tiss…
Lymph
Name of tissue fluid that enters lymph capillaries; filtratio…
Lymph vessels
Start as dead end lymph capillaries, very permeable, collect…
16 terms
Physiology Lymphatic System Quiz
stem
prong
disulfide bonds
Autografts
variable-
constant-
the bonds connecting light and heavy chains in the antibody s…
tissue grafts transplanted from one site to another in the sa…
stem
variable-
prong
constant-
29 terms
The lymphatic system- physiology
Lymphatic vessels
Lymph (fluid)
functions of the lymphatic system
lymphatic capillaries
an extensive system of low-pressure one-way vessels that begi…
interstitial fluid
1. defense against disease through the production, maintenanc…
the smallest vessels that lie among tissue cells along side b…
Lymphatic vessels
an extensive system of low-pressure one-way vessels that begi…
Lymph (fluid)
interstitial fluid
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
15 terms
lymphatic system medical terms
aden
carcin
chem
Contra
gland
cancer
drug
against
aden
gland
carcin
cancer
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)…
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…
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…
20 terms
Physiology: Lymphatic System
TRUE
Bloating
TRUE
Interstitial Space
true or false... More fluid is being leaked out of the capillari…
What happens if interstitial fluid is not returned to the blo…
true or false... There is an equal amount of fluid leaving and r…
What is the space between the cells called?
TRUE
true or false... More fluid is being leaked out of the capillari…
Bloating
What happens if interstitial fluid is not returned to the blo…
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
31 terms
Lymphatic System; Physiology II
Obstruction of the flow of lymph leads…
Lymph nodes are shaped like __________.
The largest of the lymphatic organs is…
Agents that enter the body and cause d…
edema
beans
spleen
pathogens
Obstruction of the flow of lymph leads…
edema
Lymph nodes are shaped like __________.
beans
23 terms
Physiology: Lymphatic & Immune System Combo
non-self
innate immunity
bacteria
virus
Molecules recognized by the immune system as being foreign, i…
(non specific) immunity against any form of pathogen/foreign…
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
Infectious agent that replicates itself only within cells of…
non-self
Molecules recognized by the immune system as being foreign, i…
innate immunity
(non specific) immunity against any form of pathogen/foreign…
29 terms
Medical Terminology - Lymphatic System
Lymph (primary function)
Lymph Vessels (primary function)
Lymph Nodes (primary function)
Tonsils (primary function)
Removes cellular waste products, pathogens,... and dead blood ce…
Return lymph to the circulatory system
-Produce lymphocytes... -Filter harmful substances from lymph
Protect the entry into the respiratory system
Lymph (primary function)
Removes cellular waste products, pathogens,... and dead blood ce…
Lymph Vessels (primary function)
Return lymph to the circulatory system
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…
14 terms
Lymphatic System Medical Terms
Asplenia
Lymphadenectomy
Lymphadenopathy
Lymphocytopenia
Absence of spleen
Surgical removal of the lymph nodes
Enlargement of the lymph nodes
An abnormally low number of lymphocytes in your blood
Asplenia
Absence of spleen
Lymphadenectomy
Surgical removal of the lymph nodes
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