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0D97A7D0B8744C75AC8EFC555F04561B - tissue Humoral defense...

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Chapter 22 The Lymph System
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Lymphatic System
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Lymphatic words Lymphangiogram Lacteals Chyle Thoracic duct Right lymphatic duct Cisterna chyle Nodes
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Lymphatic organs Nodes Spleen Thymus Tonsils Peyer’s patches Mucosa associated lymphatic tissue
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Structure of spleen
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Development of lymph
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Invaders Bacteria Viruses Fungi Foreign objects Cancer cells
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Non-Specific Resistance Skin and mucous membranes Tears, sweat, oil, urine, vomiting, saliva, etc. Sebum, lysozymes, gastric acid. Interferon Complement Transferrins N-K cells and Phagocytes Inflammation Fever
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Edward Jenner Created the first Immunization The disease: smallpox
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Specific Resistance Cellular immunity via T-Cells. Attack fungi, parasites, viruses, cancer cells and foreign
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Unformatted text preview: tissue Humoral defense with B-cells. B-cells become plasma cells, leave the nodes and produce antibodies (Igs). Attack bacteria and viruses. Both systems have memory cells AIDS / HIV Origin of infection in the U.S. Method of viral attack Retroviruses Delayed symptoms Where did the virus come from? Who is at risk? Treatment / cure??? Are there other viruses? Words to Learn Eczema Immunization Septic shock Systemic lupus Hypersensitivity Anaphylactic reaction Autoimmune disease More Words Lymphoma and Hodgkins Allograft Autograft Gamma globulin Lymphadenopathy Splenomegaly Xenograft...
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