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ITM A&P2-Ch. 14, 18

lymphatic, immune, urinary system

QuestionAnswer
clear interstitial fluid that surrounds cells lymph
larger vessels that lymph capillaries lead into lymphatic venules, veins
tumor of the lymphatic system lymphoma
hepatitis which only infects those with hepatitis B hepatitis D
mother to fetus immunity passive
tonsils located each side of throat palatine
vessels enter lymph node 4 afferent
vessels exit lymph node 1efferent
B cells develope into... memory cells & plasma cells
largest lymphoid organ spleen
macrophages found in liver kupffer's cells
kills invading cells T- lymphocytes
attracts macrophages T - lymphocytes
location of kidneys retroperitoneal
cup-like structures papilla drain into calyx
components of a nephron renal corpuscle, renal tubule
"not" component of a nephron renal pelvis
transfered from blood back to kidney secretion
from blood in capillaries to tubules secretion
released by posterior pituitary gland ADH-antidiuretic hormone
released by adrenal cortex aldosterone
scanty amounty of urine oliguria
unusual amount of urine polyuria
peristaltic movement moves urine to bladder by... ureters
holds urine until it leaves body urinary bladder
passage of urine from body micturition
signals internal sphincter to relax empty reflex
signals bladder to contract empty reflex
the bladder cannot empty itself urinary retention
urine backs up, swelling of renal pelvis & calyces hydronephrosis
kidney "stones" renal "calculi"
high energy sound waves treatment lithotripsy
disruption of nerve input neurogenic bladder
inflammation of renal pelvis & connective tissue of kidney pyelonephritis
inflammatory conditions of the kidney nephritis
proteins in the urine proteinuria
delayed immune response to streptococcal infection acute glomerulonephritis
abrupt reduction in kidney function acute renal failure
slow, progressive condition resulting from gradual loss of nephrons chronic renal failure
Created by: mjjjmom