Structures
Disorders
Immunity
Organs
Togetherness
100

A watery fluid inside lymphatic vessels.

What is lymph fluid?

100

A lymphatic system disease caused by a virus, spread by oral contact, and occurs most frequently in young adults and children.

What is mononucleosis?

100

The body's ability to resist pathogens and foreign materials and the diseases they cause.

What is immunity?

100

The structures of the lymphatic system found in the throat.

What are tonsils?

100

Term for formation of lymphocytes.

What is lymphopoiesis?

200

Vessels that resemble and closely parallel the veins.

What are lymphatic vessels.

200

A life-threatening response to an allergen, a bee sting for example.

What is anaphylaxis?

200

Immunity you acquire as the result of having a disease.

What is natural acquired immunity?

200

The structure of the lymphatic system found in the abdomen.

What is the spleen?

200

Term for tumor of the bone marrow.

What is myeloma?

300

Organ in the lymphatic system that stores a large number of red blood cells.

What is the spleen?

300

A disease whose primary symptoms are swollen lymph nodes without pain or discomfort.

What is Hodgkin's disease?

300

Immunity acquired after being inoculated with a vaccine, antigen or toxoid.

What is artificial acquired immunity?

300

A type of tonsil located in the rear of the nasal pharynx.

What are adenoids?

300

Any substance that stimulates an immune response.

What is an antigen?

400

Closely resembles lymph fluid.

What is blood plasma?

400

An autoimmune disease whose classic symptom is a "butterfly" rash over the cheeks and the bridge of the nose.

What is lupus erythematosus?

400

The immunity you receive after being injected with antibodies following exposure to an infectious disease.

What is passive acquired immunity?

400

The largest organ of the lymphatic system.

What is the spleen?

400

Enlargement of the spleen.

What is splenomegaly?

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