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SPECIFIC IMMUNITY SPECIFIC PROTECTION AGAINST DISEASE
LINGUAL TONSILS AT THE BASE OF THE TONGUE
PALATINE TONSILS AT EACH SIDE OF THE THROAT
NONSPECIFIC IMMUNITY GENERAL POPULATTION
TONSILS FOUND IN THE MOUTH AND THROAT
THYMUS LOCATED IN THE MEDIASTINUM
B CELLS FORMED IN THE BONE MARROW
ARTIFICIAL EXPOSURE IMMUNIZATION
ACTIVE AND PASSIVE TYPES OF SPECIFIC IMMUNITY
ACTIVE IMMUNITY OWN IMMUNE SYSTEM RESPONDS TO HARMFUL AGENTS
NATURAL IMMUNITY EXPOSURE IS NOT DELIBERATE
PASSIVE IMMUNITY IMMUNITY WAS DEVELOPED IN ANOTHER
ANTIBODIES PROTIEN NORMALLY PRESENT IN THE BODY
COMPLEMENT CASCADE CHANGING SHAPE OF THE ANTIBODY WHEN IT COMBINES WITH AN ANTIGEN
B AND T CELLS ACTIVATE WHEN THIS HAPPENS MEETS A MATCHING ANTIGEN
T CELLS FORMED IN THE THYMUS
COMPLEMENT BINDING SITES HIDDEN SIDES OF AN ANTIBODY EXPOSED DURING COMPLEMENT CASCADE
LYMPHOCYTES CONSTANTLY CIRCULATING IN THE BLOOD STREAM, READY TO PROTECT
COMBINING SITES ON THE SURFACE OF AN ANTIBODY TO COMBINE WITH AN ANTIGENT
ALLERGY HYPERSENSTIVITY TO AN ENVIRONMENTAL ANTIGEN
AUTOIMMUNITY SYSTEM LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS SLE
SCID SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY
LYMPHEDEMA TISSUE SWELLING FROM LYMPH
LYMPHATIC VESSELS TRANSPORT LYMPH FLUID
LYMPHANGITIS LYMPH VESSEL INFLAMMATION
RIGHT LYMPHATIC DUCT DRAINS THE LYMPH FROM THE HEAD AND NECK
LYMPH FLUID THAT CAN'T BE RETURNED TO THE BLOOD
LYMPHOID TISSUE MASS OF DEVELOPING LYMPHOCYTES
HOW MANY EFFERENT LYMPH VESSELS ONE
LACTEALS LYMPH CAPILLARIES IN THE INTESTINES
AFFERENT CARRY TOWARD
LYMPHOMA HODGKINS DISEASE AND LYMPH TUMOR
CISTERNA CHYLI STORAGE FOR LYMPH IN THE ABDOMENT
HOW MANY AFFERENT LYMPH VESSELS? 4
EFFERENT CARRY AWAY FROM
ORGAN HOLDING A PINT OF BLOOD SPLEEN
PHARYNGEAL TONSILS ADENOIDS
SPLENOMEGALY ENLARGEMENT OF THE SPLEEN
ORGAN TO CATCH BACTERIA IN THE MOUTH TONSILS
OVERALL DEFENSE SYSTEM IMMUNE SYSTEM
SPLEEN LARGEST LYMPHOID VESSEL
TONSILLITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE TONSILS
SPLENECTOMY REMOVAL OF THE SPLEEN
ANTIGEN COMBINES WITH AN ANTIBODY
ISOIMMUNITY REJECTION OF A TRANSPLANTED ORGAN
AIDS ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFECIENCY SYNDROME
IMMUNE SYSTEM PROTECTION DEFENSE
ELEPHANTITUS SWELLING CAUSED BY PARASITIC WORMS
THORACIC DUCT DRAINS LYMPH OF 3/4 OF THE BODY
INTERSTITAL FLUID TISSUE FLUID
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