Lab 6- Lymph/ Respiratory

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RIGHT Lymphatic duct

not present in all individuals
drain right upper extremity- head, thorax that dumps into R subclavian

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Thoracic duct

collects lymph from rest of body and dumps into L subclavian

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Right lymphatic and thoracic

duct empty into venous circulation oat the junction of internal jugular vein and subclavian vein
ONE WAY SYSTEM TOWARDS HEART

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Primary Lymph system organs

thymus and bone marrow

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Peyer's patches

located in between space of small intestines

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Spleen slide

red, white, and blue slide
white and red pulp

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White pulp

responsible for immune function of spleen

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Red pulp

macrophages remove toxin, debris, and bacteria from local area of spleen

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Tonsil (component)

crypts
follicle
germinal cell

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Lymph node (component)

capsule
cortex
follicle
germinal center
medulla
hilus
trabecula

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Follicle

lymph node & tonsil

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Germinal cell (location, function, phrase)

lymph node & tonsil (will phrase lightly stained region)
RAPIDLY dividing B CELLS

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Capsule

fibrous outer CT region of lymph node- clear

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Hilus

lymph leaves through efferent vessel attach to lymph node
EXIT REGION

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Trabecula

CT in lymph node that extends inward and surrounds follicle

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Medulla

macrophages cell in lymph node

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Crypts (function & cell type)

Trap bacteria and forieign material
Mucosal ET in tonsil

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Lymphatic system

transport tissue fluid - lymph to blood vessels
removes foreign material

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Pharynx regions

Nasopharynx - internal nares
Oropharynx
Laryngopharynx

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Larynx (components- 5)

thyroid cartilage
cricoid cartilage
epiglottis
vestibular folds
vocal folds

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Paranasal sinuses (2)

Sphenoidal sinus
Frontal sinus

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Cricoid cartilage

cartilage inferior to thyroid closest to trachea

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Right lung

3 lobes
Right upper lobe
Right middle lobe
Right lower lobe

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Left lung

2 lobes
Left upper lobe
Left lower lobe

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Lung dissection

Right upper lobe
Right middle lobe
Right lower lobe
Left upper lobe
Left lower lobe
Pulmonary arteries/ veins

Diaphragm
Trachea
Primary Bronchi

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Parietal Pleura

PLEURA
outer region, surrounds body cavity

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Visceral Pleura

PLEURA
surround organ - lungs

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Cardiac Notch

where the heart fits into the LEFT lung

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Oblique Fissure

lowest line on both lungs

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Horizontal Fissure

on RIGHT lung - divides upper and middle lobes

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Mediastinum (region)

region that houses heart, bronchi, & esophagus; space in between lungs

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Trachea slide

Hyaline cartilage
Pseudostratified cilated columnar Epithelium
Goblet cell

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Goblet cells

located in trachea- secrete mucus

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Lung slide

alveoli for gas exchange and simple squamous epithelium