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18.6: Exercises

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    LAB 17 EXERCISES \(\PageIndex{1}\)

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    Match the following

    1 Cisterna Chyli, R.
    2 Lymphatic duct
    3 Thoracic duct
    4 Axillary lymph nodes
    5 Abdominal lymph nodes
    6  Cervical lymph nodes
    7 Inguinal lymph nodes

     

     

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    Match the following

    1 Capsule
    2 Afferent vessel
    3 Efferent vessel
    4 Hilus
    5 Cortex
    6 Medulla
    7 Nodules
    8 Trabeculae

     

     

     

    LAB 17 EXERCISES \(\PageIndex{3}\)

    Tonsils

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    Label tonsils

     

     

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    Identify the lymphatic structure found in the ileum and colon

     

     

    LAB 17 EXERCISES \(\PageIndex{1}\)

    Abdominal Region

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    Label the following

    1 Tunica interna
    2 Tunica media
    3 Tunica externa
    4 Valve
    5 Vasa vasorum
    6 Artery
    7 Vein.

     

     

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    Fill in and identify all the boxes

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    2  
    3  
    4  
    5  
    6  
    Organ  

     

     

    LAB 17 EXERCISES \(\PageIndex{4}\)

    Peyer’s patches (Mucosal associated lymphatic tissue, MALT) and Tonsil

    1. Obtain a slide of each of the gland listed below from the slide box at your table.
    2. Follow the checklist above to set up your slide for viewing.
    3. View the slide on the objective which provides the best view. Find the representative object.
    4. In the circle below the name, draw a representative sample of the tissue, taking care to correctly and clearly draw their true shape in the slide. Draw your structures proportionately to their size in your microscope’s field of view.
    5. Fill in the blanks next to your drawing and identify the structures listed on the last page under, “Histology”

    Repeat this for each of the tissue types seen below.

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    Lymph Node

     

    Total Magnification: _________________

     

    Type of eptihelium: _________________

     

    Source of tissue: ____________________

     

    Function of this tissue: _______________

     

    __________________________________

     

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    Spleen

     

    Total Magnification: _________________

     

    Type of eptihelium: _________________

     

    Source of tissue: ____________________

     

    Function of this tissue: _______________

     

    __________________________________

     

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    Peyer’s Patches

     

    Total Magnification: _________________

     

    Type of eptihelium: _________________

     

    Source of tissue: ____________________

     

    Function of this tissue: _______________

     

    __________________________________

     

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    Tonsil

     

    Total Magnification: _________________

     

    Type of eptihelium: _________________

     

    Source of tissue: ____________________

     

    Function of this tissue: _______________

     

    __________________________________

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    This page titled 18.6: Exercises is shared under a CC BY-SA license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Laird C. Sheldahl.

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