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lymphatic review

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is acquired B cell dificency restults in an absence of antibody production CVID- common variable immunodeficiency
is a group of disorders causing an absence of T&B cells SCID - severe combined immunodrficiency
chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease with usual antibodies trageting body tissues SLE- systemic Lupus Erythematosus
failure to produce the normal levels of IgA X-Link agammaglobulinemia
congenital conditions resulting in small or absent thymus DeGEORGE ANOMALY
congenital disorder with inadequate B&T cells tendency to bleed caused by reduced number of platelets WISKOTT-ALDRICH SYNDROME
chronis progressive disease with sclerosis of the skin & may have organ scarring SCLERODERMA
autoimune disease with inflammation in various gland, glands that produce tears and saliva. causes dry mouth and different parts of the body SJOGREN SYNDROME
inflammation of the CNS, myelin sheath covering the nerves causing scarring that debilitates the nerve MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Chronic progressive neuromuscular disease possible from autoantibodies to the acetylcholine receptor having extreme muscular weakness without atrophy MYASTHENIS GRAVIS
systemic progressive inflammation affecting the spinal column AKNLYLOSING SPONDYLITIS
inflammation of the skeletal muscle fibers usually those of the trunk also called idiopathic inflammatory myopathy POLYMYOSITIS
collects tissue fluid from intercelluar spaces LYMPH CAPILLARIES
prevent back flow VALVES
Contracts to keep fluids moving thru the vessels SMOOTH MUSCLE LAYER
vessel formed by the union of lymph vessels from the lower body CISTERINA CHYLI
empties lymph from lower body into the left subclavian vein THROACIC DUCT
empties lymph from right upper quadrent into the right subclavain RIGHT LYMPATHATIC DUCT
presence of antibodies directed against an antigen in the glomular basement membrane causing blood in urine GOODPASTURE SYNDORME
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