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The Lymphatic System
Roles of the Lymphatic System 1)One-way drainage system 2) Lipid Absorption from Small Intestine 3) Produce & circulates Immune cells.
Valves in lymphatic vessels prevent backflow of lymph.
Right Lymphatic and Thoracic duct
Lymphoid Tissues: Un-encapsulated lymphatic tissues Tonsils 1)Pharyngeal 2) Palantine 3) Lingual Tonsil located in strategic locations
Lymphoid Organs: Surrounded by fibrous capsule (encapsulated) Lymph Nodes Thymus Spleen
Structure of a Lymph Node
Derivation and Distribution of Lymphocytes
Lymph Node Histology
Lymph Node Histology2
Behind the sternum (in anterior mediastinum) Where T cells Differentiate Involution (gets smaller) post puberty
Largest mass of lymphoid tissue in body Same functions for whole blood as lymph nodes for lymph
The Spleen - histology
Lymphatic and Immune.
Molecular medicine Immunology 2
Lymphatic System Chapter 23.
The Lymph System and Lymphoid Organs and Tissues.
CH 23: The Lymphatic System Goals 1. Discuss the organization of the lymphatic system, including the vessels, principal lymph nodes, thymus, and spleen.
2.03 Remember the structures of the lymphatic system.
Many different organs and systems work together in an effort to keep us alive and healthy. In this ongoing struggle, the lymphatic system plays a central.
The Lymphatic System. Roles of the Lymphatic System 1)One-way drainage system. 2) Lipid Absorption from Small Intestine. 3) Produce & circulates Immune.
Definition The tissues and organs that produce, store, and carry white blood cells that fight infections and other diseases. This system includes the.
The Lymphatic System and Lymphoid Tissue
The Human Body in Health and Illness, 4th edition
Chapter 32: The human lymphatic system Leaving Certificate Biology Higher Level.
Lymphatic System. Functions ► Picks up excess fluids (lymphatic fluid/lymph) from tissues and filters out pathogens ► Returns cleansed fluid back to blood.
Structures of Body Defenses
Joe Pistack MS/ED. The lymphatic system contains: Lymph Lymphatic vessels Lymphoid organs Lymphoid tissue Lymphoid tissue is scattered widely.
The Lymphatic System By Craig Crawford.
Introduction The lymphatic system This system is complimentary to the circulatory system.
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