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·        Adenoids

·        Afferent lymphatic vessel

·        Antibodies

·        Antigens

·        Axillary region

·        Cervical region

·        Inguinal region

·        Internal Jugular Vein

·        Lacteals

·        Lingual tonsil  

·        Lymph

·        Lymph nodes

·        Lymphatic capillaries

·        Lymphatic ducts

·        Lymphatic trunks

·        Lymphatic Vessels

·        Lymphocytes

·        Lymphoid cells

·        Lymph nodule

·        Lymph organs

·        Palatine tonsils

·        Pharyngeal tonsil

·        Pharynx

·        Red pulp of the spleen

·        Right lymphatic duct

·        Spleen

·        Subclavian Vein

·        T lymphocytes

·        Thoracic duct

·        Thymosin

·        Thymus

·        Tonsils

·        Trabeculae

·        White pulp of the spleen

 

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What is the difference between lymph capillaries and Blood capillaries?

Blind lymph capillaries are more permeable and only take interstitial fluid back to the Venus supply.

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Organs: What are their functions?                                      Tonsils: What are their functions?

Thymus    

Pharyngeal Tonsils-

Lymph Nodes   

Palatine Tonsils –

Spleen  

Lingual Tonsils-

 

Q. Difference between organs and tonsils? A. ____  are surrounded by a connective tissue capsule.

 

Spleen

 

          Histology: White Pulp (1&4)  and Red Pulp (2&3)  

          Functions: 1. Immune response to antigens/blood

                           2.  Reservoir for RBC & Platelets

                           3. Phagocytize old RBC & Platelets

                           4. Phagocytize bacteria and foreign material

 

Conditions Mix/Match

1. Atherosclerosis (arteriosclerosis)

1k

a. Abnormally large # immature WBCs in blood

2.  Myocardial infarction (heart attack)

 

b. Fewer than normal WBCs in blood

3.  Ischemic heart disease

 

c. Abnormally large # of WBCs in blood

4.  Angina pectoris

 

d. Abnormally large # RBCs in blood

5.  Hypertension

 

e. Weakened, stretched, swollen veins

6.  Anemia

 

f. Abnormally low Hb concentration or RBC count

7.  Leukemia

 

g. BP in excess of 120/80 mmHg

8.  Leucocytosis

 

h. Pain resulting from ischemia

9.  Polycythemia

 

i. Tissue lacks o2, reduced Blood flow

10. Varicose Veins

 

j. Branch of coronary artery blocked

11. Leukopenia

 

k. Plaques (atheromas) clog vessels

1k, 2j, 3i, 4h, 5g, 6f, 7a, 8c, 9d, 10e, 11b

 Only current worksheets will be linked. The others will become available as we review their areas.

Exam worksheets are always available in SI, then the week of the exam, they will be available here.

Exam I Worksheets:

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