Chapter 16 a/p

Question Answer
Lymphatic vessels Greens lines
Spleen Largest lymphatic gland
Thymus Gland
Green pebbles Lymph nodes
Two end point of lymphatic system were all fluid is absorbed Right lymphatic duct Thoracic duct
Lypatic organs Spleen Tonsils
Lymphatic system Fluid balance Absorbs fat
Glands Produces hormones
Afferent lymph flow Lymph flows in
Efferent lymph flow Moving lymph out cleaned up
Lymphoid Produces white blood cells to fight off
Spleen Located in upper left quadrant Injured during trauma
Non specific immunity Tears SkinMucus membranes Inflammation Innate immunity We all share it
Specific immunity Everyone is different Has memory Remembers who it come in contact with Saves you from repeat infection
Complement protein Protein that attacks bacteria to kill it. It punches holes in bacteria Sodium and water get inside and it explodes
Phagocyte White blood cells that go around chewing up organism
B cells T cells Are both made in bone marrow
B cells Mature in bone marrow when they come in contact with bacteria
T cells Matures in thymus gland and is matured when there introduced to bacteria
B cell becomes mature When it's activated a abnormal molecule
B cell Will either make memorable cells or plasma cell
What does cells destroy The destroy molecules or envaders that the B cells identify
T cells become activated When they are in the lymphatic system
Antibody Letter y has combing sites that attach to each antigen
Artificial passive Immunization thru labs Short term IVIG
Artificial active Immunization Like flu shot
Natural active What your body develops
Natural passive Passed thru to birth Or breastfeeding Short term
Contact dermatitis Localized sensitivity From exposure to something to the skin
Autoimmunity When the body is attacking it self

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