8.lymph - HKin 191 Lab 8: Anatomy of the lymphatic system...

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HKin 191 Lab 8: Anatomy of the lymphatic system HKin 191 page 1 of 2 JLR 2009 1) The lymphatic system Familiarize yourself with the flow of lymph through the body, the location of the lymph glands, and the lymphatic organs (figure 22.1, 22.3, 22.4, the torso model). Identify the following jugular trunk (l,r) right lymphatic duct broncho-mediastinal trunk (l,r) thoracic (left) lymphatic duct intestinal trunk cisterna chyli subclavian trunk (l,r) lumbar trunk (l,r) Identify the approximate location of the two ducts on the torso model. 2) Lymph node anatomy (figure 22.6) How many lymph nodes are there, how big are they? Locate the following structures in text figures: afferent lymph vessels efferent lymph vessels trabecular sinus lymph valves capsule trabeculae subcapsular sinus hilum capsule medullary sinus Questions: What are functions of the capsule trabeculae? What regions do the 5 trunks drain? What regions do the two ducts drain?
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course BHK 191 taught by Professor Jim during the Spring '11 term at The University of British Columbia.

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8.lymph - HKin 191 Lab 8: Anatomy of the lymphatic system...

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