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HEMIC REFERS TO
BLOOD
WHAT DOES THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM DO
REMOVES EXCESS TISSUE FLUID
THE LYMPH SYSTEM IS COMPOSED OF
LYMPH,VESSELS AND ORGANS
COLORLESS FLUID CONTAINING LUMPHOCYTES AND MONCYTES
LYMPH
LYMPH VESSELS ARE SIMILAR TO
VEINS
THE LYMPH ORGANS ARE COMPRISED OF 5 THINGS. WHAT ARE THEY
LYMPH NODES
SPLEEN
LYMPH NODES
SPLEEN
BONE MARROW
THYMUS
TONSILS
THE SPLEEN IN LOCATED IN WHICH QUADRANT OF THE ABDOMEN
UPPER LEFT QUADRANT
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE SPLEEN
FILTER BLOOD, LYMPHOCYTES AND B-CELLS TO FILTE ANTIGENTS.
STORES BLOOD.
WHAT SECRETES THYMOSIN CAUSING T-CELLS TO MATURE
THYMUS
WHAT GLAND IS LARGER IN INFANTS AND SHRINKS WITH AGE
THYMUS
BONE MARROW CONTAINS TISSUE THAT PRODUCES
WBC'S, RBC'S AND PLATELTS. IT ALSO PRODUCES STEM CELLS
LYMPH TRANSPORTS FLUIDS AND ---- THAT HAVE LEAKED FROM THE BLOOD SYSTEM BACK TO THE VEINS
PROTEINS
ADEN/O
GLAND
AXILL/O
ARMPIT
CERVIC/O
NECK/CERVIX
IMMUN/O
IMMUNE
LYMPH/O
LYMPH
LYMPHADEN/O
LYMPH GLAND
SPLEN/O
SPLEEN
THYM/O
THYMUS GLAND
TONSILL/O
TONSIL
TOX/O
POISON
OID
RESEMBLING
OMA
TUMOR
PENIA
DEFICIENT
PEXY
FIXATION
PHYLAXIS
PROTECTION
POIESIS
PRODUCTION
LYMPH NODES LOCATED IN THE ARMPIT
AXILLARY NODES
ALSO CALLED A GLAND, IT IS THE HIGHEST OF THE DEEP GROIN LYMPH NODES
CLOQUET'S NODE
REFFERING TO THE GROIN AND THIGH
INGUINOFEMORAL
LYMPH NODES LOCATED NEXT TO THE LARGE VEIN IN THE NECK
JUGULAR NODES
STATION ALONG THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
LYMPH NODE
EXCISION OF A LYMPH NODE OR NODES
LYMPHADENECTOMY
INFLAMMATION OF A LYMPH NODE
LYMPHADENITIS
RADIOGRAPHIC RECORDING OF THE LYMPHATIC VESSELS AND NODES
LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY
INCISION INTO A LYMPHATIC VESSEL
LYMPHANGIOTOMY
PRODUCES A HORMONE TO MOBILIZE CALCIUM FROM THE BONRS TO THE BLOOD
PARATHYROID
EXCISION OF THE SPLEEN
SPLENECTOMY
RADIOGRAPHIC RECORDING OF THE SPLEEN
SPLENOGRAPHY
RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURE TO ALLOW VISUALIZATION OF THE SPLENIC AND PORTAL VEINS OF THE SPLEEN
SPLENOPORTOGRAPHY
IMMATURE BLOOD CELL
STEM CELL
COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION POINT FOR LYMPH, AND THE LARGEST LYMPH VESSEL LOCATED IN THE CHEST
THORACIC DUCT
GRAFTING OF TISSUE FROM ONE SOURCE TO ANOTHER
TRANSPLANTATION
THE SPLEEN IS LOCATED IN WHAT QUADRAND OF THE ABDOMEN
UPPER LEFT QUADRANT
WHAT PRODUCES RED BLOOD CELLS AND PLATELETS IN THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
BONE MARROW
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A LYMPH ORGAN
1. ADRENAL
2. SPLEEN
3. THYMUS
4. TONSIL
ADRENAL
COMBINING FORM MEANING GLAND
ADEN/O
PREFIX MEANING EXCESS
HYPER
SUFFIX MEANING ENLARGEMENT
MEGALY
LYMPH NODE LOCATED ON THE NECK
JUGULAR
THESE CELLS ORIGINATE IN THE BONE MARROW
STEM CELLS
THIS CONDITION INVOLVES A REDUCED NUMBER OF ERHTHROCYTES AND DECREASED QUALITY OF HEMOGLOBIN
ANEMIA
THIS CONDITION IS HALLMARKED BY A SHORTENED SURVIVAL OF MATURE ERYTHROCYTES AND INABILITY OF BONE MARROW TO COMPENSATE FOR DECREASED SURVIVAL
HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA
THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF THIS DISEASE IS EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS
INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE LYMPHATIC VESSELS IS
LYMPHANGITIS
WHAT GIANT CELL IS PRESENT IN HODGKIN DISEASE
REED-STERNBERG
THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF YEARS OF SURVIVAL FOR MULTIPLE MYELOMA IS
3 YEARS
INJECTION OF VITAMIN B MAY BE PRESCRIBED FOR THIS TYPE OF ANEMIA
PERNICIOUS
THESE ARE LARGE STEM CELLS
MEGALOBLASTS
THIS IS KNOWN AS THE KISSING DISEASE
INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS
THIS LYMPHOMA IS USUALLY FOUND IN AFRICA
BURKITT