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lymph test review

lymphatic system test review

tissue fluid which has entered a lymphatic capillary lymph
thymic lymphoid cells developed in the thymus that is important to the body's cellular immune response T-cells
process by which cancer cells are spread thru out the body metastasis
milky fluid composed mainly of fat/lymph from the intestinal lacteals chyle
specialized lymph capillaries in the small instesine the moves chyle thru the lymph system to the circulatory system lacteals
tissue fluid which has entered a lymphatic capillary cisterna chyli
which is false about the spleen it can not be removed
what is gland is most active during infancy thymus
adenoidectomy is the surgical removal of which tonsil nasopharyngeal tonsils
a tonsilectomy removes which tonsils paletine tonsils
a function of the spleen to stores blood
where is the spleen located upper left quadrant of the abdomin and behind the stomach
which nodes are affected in breast cancer axillary nodes
surgery is performed on what nodes because of location & infection control mesentaric node
in cancer treatment all lymph nodes are removed to prevent what metastasis
movement of lymph has what to prevent lymph flowing back ward 1-way valve
infection of lymph vessels lypmhangitis
lymph nodes produce what cells lymphocytes
thymus produces what type of cells T-cells
the spleen produces what in the embryo RBC's
the thymus secretes what hormone thymosin
movement of lymph is caused by breathing and skeletal muscle contractions
specific lymph nodules in the small intestine peyer's patch
lymph nodes serve as filters
which drains the largest portion of the body thoraic duct
inflammation of lymph nodes lymphadenitis
which tonsils are known as adenoids pharynegal tonsils
which lymph nodes are located in the head cervical
which lymph nodes filter lymph from the legs inguinal
in lymph flow, what is the last place it will go circulatory system
the spleens function is also part of what system circulatory systemw
what does lymph resemble plasma
what is not ture about capillaries not carry to lymph node to lymph duct
lymph ducts empty into what left subclavian vein
lymph vessels have how many layers 3
lymph nodes produce what lymphocytes & monocytes
Created by: clmcnees