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wk4 multichoice

Week4 multiple choice lymphatic system

Formation of lymph Lymphopoisis
Interstitial fluid found in the spaces between cells and becomes lymph once it enters the lymph capillaries
All of the following are part of the immune system except Platelets
all of the following describe areas of the lymph node concentration except bone marrow
B-cells, plasma cells and antibodies are part of humoral immunity
helper or suppressor cells are types of T-cells
Examples of immunoglobulins (yellow tube) IgA, IgG, IgE
Oropharngeal lymph tissue Tonsils
mediastinal T-cell producer thymus
Nasopharyngeal lymph tissue adenoids
abdominal organ that filters erythrocytes and activates lymphocytes spleen
produces lymphocytes and monocytes and all other blood cells bone marrow
Cytotoxic cells are T-cell lymphocytes
interferon's and interleukin's are antiviral proteins produced by t cell lymphocytes
slight increase in the number of lymphocytes lymphocytosis
pertaining to poison (toxo)Toxic
computerized x-ray imaging in the transverse plane CT scan
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS
Malignant tumor of the lymph nodes Hodgkin's disease
viral infection causing blisters of the skin of lips, nose or genitals Herpes simplex
cancer arising from the lining cells of capillaries, producing bluish-red skin nodules Kaposi sarcoma
major lung infection with fever, cough, chest pain and sputum. Treatment is with Bactrim Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP)
protozoan (parasitic) infection associated with AIDS. produces pneumonitis, hepatitis and encephalitis toxoplasmosis
fungal infection associated with AIDS. Involves the brain, meninges, lungs and skin cryptococcosis
Atopy is a hypersensitive or allergic state
Created by: blood guy