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osmotic pressure in capillaries moves
lymph
enclosed in fibrous capsule
LN
divides LN
trabeculae
cortical sinus
lymph cleansed by
macrophages
lymphocytes
Plasma Cells
enters convex surface of LN
afferent lymphatic vessels
*contains numerous*
5 lymph trunks drain
thoracic duct
right lymphatic duct
thoracic duct drains >
-most of body lymph

-to left subclavian vein
right lymphatic duct >
right upper body
right subclavian vein
lacteals
lymph capillaries in SI
blood resevoir
phago
mononuclear leukocyte made
spleen
white pulp
spleen
white pulp contains
lymphatic nodules
lymphocytes
red pulp
lymphocytes
macrophages
plasma cells
monocytes
RBC
in infandt spleen site for
erythropoiesis
stem cells
bone marrow
thymus location
superior mediastinum
regress in adults
thymus
blood supply in adult thymus >
is isolated from the parenchyma
no lymphatics
thymus
head/neck lymph drain >
deep cervical LN
run with deep cervical LN
internal jugular vein
efferent lymph vessels form
jugular lymph trunk
what drains in
DEEP CERVICAL LN
parotid LN
submandibular LN
submental LN
submental LN >
tip of tongue
FOM
Mand incisors
center lower lip
skin of chin
anterior 2/3 of tongue
submandibular LN
along lymph vessels
LN
LN fxn
act as filters
LN contain
macrophages
outer LN region
nodules=
germinal center
inner medullary of LN
Plasma Cells
medullary sinus
dilated sac in abdomen area
cisterna chyli
thoracic
1-left internal jugular
2-left subclavian veins
btw stomach / diaphragm
spleen
lymphocytes in
white pulp of spleen
what empties into
1-right internal jugular
2-right subclavian vein
right lymphatic duct
blood resevoir
spleen
splenic vein >
superior mesenteric vein >
hepatic portal vein
spleen
white/red pulp
spleen
develop from primitive gut
lung
liver
pancreas
gallbladder
stomach
what dev from mesenchymal cells
spleen
ileum has
peyer's patches
nonencapsulated lymphoid tissue
peyers patch
tonsil
oropharynx
palatine tonsil
nasopharynx
pharyngeal tonsil
no
lymph
sinuses
crypts
1-pharyngeal tonsil
2-thymus
single crypt
lingual tonsil