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Chapter 14


Formation of a lymph: Lymphopoiesis.
Interstitial fluid contains or is: Found in the space between the cells and become lymph when it enters the lymph capillaries
All of the following are part of the immune system except: lymphocytes, Platelets, Monocytes, Phagocytes, or Antibodies. Platelets.
All of the following described areas of the lymph node concentration except: Inguinal, Axillary, Bone marrow, Mediastinal, or Cervical. Bone marrow.
B cells, plasma cells, and antibodies or part of: Humoral Immunity
Examples of immunoglobulins: IgA, IgG, IgE.
Oropharyngeal lymph tissue Tonsils.
Mediastinal T cell producer: Thymus.
Nasopharyngeal lymph tissue: Adenoids.
Abdominal organ that filters erythrocytes and activates lymphocytes: Spleen.
Producers lymphocytes and monocytes and all other blood cells: Bone marrow.
Cytotoxic cells are: T cell lymphocytes.
Cancer rising from the lining cells of capillaries, reducing bluish – red skin nodules: Kaposi sarcoma.
Major lung infections with fever, cough, chest pain, and sputum. Treatment is with Bactrim: Pneumocystis carinii (pneumonia).
Protozoan (parasitic) infection associated with AIDS. Involves brain and meninges, lungs, and skin: Cryptococcus.
Atopy is: A hypersensitivity or allergic state.
Created by: Bowiegirl