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What does Lymphatic vessels do? A) Transport leaked plasma proteins and fluids to the cardiovascular system B)Transport leaked blood and fluids to the cardiovascular system
A) Transport leaked plasma proteins and fluids to the cardiovascular system
The saclike initial portion of the thoracic duct is the.......A) Cisterna chyli B) lymph sac
A) Cisterna chyli
Entry of lymph into the lymphatic capillaries is promoted by what A) greater fluid pressure and the respiratory pump B) One way minivalves formed by overlapping endothelial cells and greater fluid pressure in the interstitial space.
B) One way minivalves formed by overlapping endothelial cells and greater fluid pressure in the interstitial space.
The structural framework of lymphoid organs is......A) reticular tissue B) hematopoietic tissue
A) Reticular tissue
Lymph nodes are densely clustered in all of the following body areas except.. A)the brain, B) the axillae, C) The groin, D) the cervical region
A) the brain
The germinal centers in the lymph nodes are large sites of........A) proliferating T lymphocytes, B) proliferating B lymphocytes
B) Proliferating B lymphocytes
The red pulp areas of the spleen are sites of.......A) venous sinuses, microphages and red blood cells B) venous sinuses, macrophages, & red blood cells
B) Venous sinuses Macrophages &Red blood cells
The lymphoid organ that functions primarily during youth and then begins to atrophy is the.......A) pituitary, B) Thymus
B) Thymus
Collections of lymphoid tissue (MALT) that gaurd mucosal surfaces include all of the following except....A) appendix follicles, B) the tonsils, C) peyer's patches, D) the thymus
D) The thymus