Lymph Nodes: Overview

by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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    The lecture Lymph Nodes: Overview by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Lymphoid Histology.

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    1. By interstitial fluid in peripheral tissues of body.
    2. By interstitial fluid in central organs.
    3. By immune response.
    4. By Degeneration of cells.
    5. Canicular cells in the liver.
    1. At the junction of right internal jugular and subclavian vein.
    2. Into the subclavian vein.
    3. Into the jugular vein.
    4. Drains into the right kidney.
    5. Does not drain any where.
    1. They are highly permeable.
    2. They are impermeable.
    3. They are selectively permeable.
    4. They are voltage gated channels.
    5. They are permeable to lipids only.
    1. Nucleus.
    2. Afferent vessel.
    3. Efferent vessel.
    4. Capsule.
    5. Reticular fibers.
    1. Allows lymphoctyes to pass into the blood.
    2. Allows nucleocytes to pass into blood.
    3. Produces antigens.
    4. Produces antibodies.
    5. Does nothing specific.

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     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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