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HCA 220 MED CHARTS - Axia College Material Appendix H...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Identifying Anatomical Structures Ch. 6, 7, & 14: Complete activities I, II, & III. I. Use the diagrams on p. 297 to complete sections A & B. A. 1 Eosinophil 2 Neutrophil 3 Lymphocyte 4 Basophil 5 Monocyte B. 1 Tonsils and adenoids 2 Axillary lymphnodes 3 Mediastinal lymph nodeses 4 Celiac lymph nodes 5 Appendix and peyers patches 6 Inguinal lymph nodes 7 Cervical lymph nodes 8 Thymus 9. Spleen 10. Mesenteric lymph nod 11. Red bone marrow Determine the primary function of the following system components. Structure Function- What is the purpose of the body part? 1 Spleen- The spleen destroys old erythrocytes, breaking their hemoglobin into heme and globin. It also acts as a storage unit for the whole body. 2 Basophil Basophil releases histamine and heparin at the site of tissue damage. 3 Neutrophil It is a phagocyte that eats bacteria and cellular debris. 4 Lymphocyt e Lymphocytes in the red marrow become NK cells or B lymphocytes that produce antibodies.
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