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Study Guide Ch 14

Chabner, Language of Medicine 8th Edition, Chpt 14 Lymphatic & Immune Systems

1) Formation of lymph lymphopoiesis
2) interstitial fluid (contains, or is...) found in spaces between cells, becomes lymph when it enters lymph capillaries
3 ) All of the following are part of the immune system except : Lymphocytes, Platelets, Monocytes, Phagocytes, Antibodies Platelets (are not part of the immune system)
4 ) All of the following describe areas of lymph node concentration except: inguinal, axillary, bone marrow, mediastinal, cervical bone marrow (is not an area of lymph node concentration)
5) B cells, plasma cells, and antibodies are part of Humoral immunity
6) Helper or suppressor cells are types of T Cells
7) Examples of immunoglobulins IgA, IgG, IgE
8) Oropharyngeal lymph tissue tonsils
9) Mediastinal T Cell producer thymus
10) Nasopharyngeal lymph tissue adenoids
11) Abdominal organ that filters erythro-cytes and activates lymphocytes spleen
12) Produces lymphocytes and monocytes - and all other blood cells bone marrow
13) Cytotoxic cells are .. T Cell lymphocytes
14) Interferons and interleukins are antiviral proteins produced by T cell lymphocytes
15) slight increase in numbers of lymphocytes (is called?) lymphocytosis
16) pertaining to poison "toxic"
17) computerized x-ray imaging in the transverse plane CT Scan
18) HIV is ... ? the virus that... the virus that causes AIDS
19) (this disease, characterized by) malignant tumor of lymph nodes Hodgkin disease
20) Viral infection causing blisters on skin of lips, nose, or genitals herpes simplex
21) cancer arising from the lining cells of capillaries, producing bluish-red skin nodules Kaposi sarcoma
22) Major lung infection with fever, cough, chest pain and sputum. Treatment is with Bactrim Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
23) Protozoan (parasitic) infection associated with AIDS. Produces pneumonitis, hepatitis, and encephalitis toxoplasmosis
24) fungal infection associated with AIDS. Involves brain and meninges, lungs and skin: cryptococcosis
25) "atopy" is a hypersensitivity or allergic state
26) T cell lymphocytes that inhibit the activity of B cell lymphocytes supressor T cells
27) Antibodies -- IgG, IgE, IgM, IgD immunoglobulins
28) T cell lymphocytes, stimulate antibody productions; T4 cells helper T cells
29) poisons (antigens) toxins
30) T cell lymphocytes; "killer cells", T8 cells cytotoxic cells
31) Anti-viral proteins secreted by T cells interfereons
32) transformed B cells that secret antibodies plasma cells
33) Syndrome marked by enlargement of the spleen and associated with anemia, leukopenia, and anemia hypersplenism
34) An extraordinary hypersensitivity to a foreign protein; marked by hypotension, shock, respiratory distress anaphylaxis
35) an antigen capable of causing allergy (hypersensitivity) allergen
36) (illness)disorder in which the immune system is supressed by exposure to HIV AIDS
37) removal of a mediastinal organ (thymus) thymectomy (surgical excision of the thymus)
38) Malignant tumor of lymph nodes and spleen marked by Reed-Sternberg cell identified in lymph nodes Hodgkin disease
39) tissues that produce lymphocytes -- spleen, thymus, tonsils, and adenoids are the ...? Lymphoid Organs
40) swelling of tissues due to interstitial fluid accumulation lymphedema
41) white blood cells that are destroyed by HIV T4 helper lymphocytes
42) test to separate immunoglobulins immunoelectrophoresis
43) drug used to treat AIDS by blocking the growth of AIDS virus zidovudine
44) test used to detect anti-HIV antibodies ELISA
45) group of infectious diseases associated with AIDS opportunistic infections.
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