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  • Why are we combining these systems into a single unit ? Blood and Lymph are both fluids have functions within the immune system. We will begin with a discussion of the different elements found in blood and the function of each as part of the immune response…. Next slide
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    1. 1. LYMPHATIC AND IMMUNE SYSTEM Immunology Medical Terminology for Healthcare Professionals HSC 1531 Florida State College of Jacksonville Professor: Michael Whitchurch, MHS
    2. 2. The Lymphatic and Immune Systems at aGlance Functions of the Lymphatic System  Network of vessels that picks up excess tissue fluid, cleanses it, and returns it to circulatory system  Picks up fats absorbed by digestive system Functions of Immune System  Fights disease and infections
    3. 3. The Lymphatic and Immune Systems ata Glance Organs of the Lymphatic System  Lymph nodes  Lymphatic vessels  Thymus gland  Spleen  Tonsils
    4. 4. Lymphatic & Immune Combining Forms adenoid/o  lymphaden/o  adenoids  lymph node immun/o  lymphangi/o  protection  lymph vessel lymph/o  lymph
    5. 5. Lymphatic & Immune Combining Forms path/o  tonsill/o  disease  tonsils splen/o  tox/o  spleen  poison thym/o  thymus
    6. 6. Lymphatic & ImmuneSuffixes –globulin  protein
    7. 7. Anatomy and Physiology Network of:  Lymphatic vessels  Lymph nodes  Spleen  Thymus gland  Tonsils Perform diverse functions
    8. 8. Lymphatic System Animation
    9. 9. Anatomy and Physiology – LymphaticSystemFirst, removes excess tissue fluid  Collects excess tissue fluid throughout body  Purifies it as it passes through system  Returns it to circulatory system  Lymph = fluid within lymphatic vessels
    10. 10. Lymphatic vessels (green) pick up excess tissue fluid, purify it in lymph nodes, and return it to the circulatory system.
    11. 11. Anatomy and Physiology – Lymphatic SystemSecond, lymph vessels around the small intestine assist with fat absorption  Picks up absorbed fats  Delivers to circulatory system  These lymph vessels are called lacteals
    12. 12. Anatomy and Physiology – LymphaticSystemThird, lymphatic and immune systems work together  Form a group of cells, tissues, organs, & molecules  Body’s primary defense against pathogens  Including foreign invaders and own cells that have become diseased
    13. 13. Lymphatic Vessels Network of vessels throughout body One-way pipes conducting lymph from tissues toward thoracic cavity Low pressure system  Uses valves to prevent backflow
    14. 14. Photomicrograph of lymphatic vessel with valve clearly visible. (Michael Abbey/Photo Researchers, Inc.)
    15. 15. Lymphatic Vessels Begin as very small lymph capillaries in tissues Capillaries merge into larger lymph vessels Finally drain into one of two large lymphatic ducts in thoracic cavity
    16. 16. Figure 6.9 – Location of lymph vessels, lymphatic ducts, and areas of lymph node concentrations.
    17. 17. Lymph Nodes Also called lymph glands  Composed of lymphatic tissue  Located along route of lymphatic vessels
    18. 18. Structure of a lymph node.
    19. 19. Lymph Nodes House lymphocytes and antibodies  Remove pathogens and cell debris from lymph as it passes through  Trap and destroy cells from cancerous tumors Antibodies are produced by specialized B Cells after stimulation by an antigen and act against the antigen in an immune response.
    20. 20. AntigenAny substance foreign to the body that evokes an immune response either alone or after forming a complex with a larger molecule (as a protein) and that is capable of binding with a product (as an atibody or T cell) of the immune response. phagocytosis: 1 antibodies, 2 antigen, 3 macrophage, 4 antibody-coated antigen, 5 receptors for antibody, 6 phagocytic vacuole
    21. 21. Sites for Lymph NodesName Location Drains fluid from:AxillaryCervicalInguinalMediastinal
    22. 22. Sites for Lymph NodesName Location Drains fluid from:Axillary Armpits ArmsCervical Neck Head and neckInguinal Groin Legs and pelvisMediastinal Chest Within chest cavity
    23. 23. Location of lymph vessels, lymphatic ducts, and areas of lymph node concentrations.
    24. 24. Tonsils Collections of lymphatic tissue located on each side of throat There are three sets of tonsils  Palatine tonsils  Pharyngeal tonsils (adenoids)  Lingual tonsils
    25. 25. Tonsils All contain a large number of leukocytes  Act as filters  Prevent invasion of pathogens through digestive or respiratory systems Not required for life and can safely be removed if they become a continuous site of infection
    26. 26. Spleen Located in LUQ of abdomen Consists of lymphatic tissue that is highly infiltrated with blood vessels  Vessels spread out into slow moving blood sinuses
    27. 27. Spleen Phagocytic macrophages line blood sinuses to remove pathogens (WBC) Because blood is moving through slowly, macrophages have time to identify pathogens and worn out RBCs Filters out and destroys old red blood cells, recycling the iron Not an essential organ for life and may be removed due to injury or disease
    28. 28. Thymus Gland Located in upper portion of mediastinum Secretes hormone, thymosin  Changes lymphocytes to T lymphocytes (simply called T cells a speicalized type of WBC) Active in unborn child and throughout childhood until adolescence, when it begins to shrink in size
    29. 29. Thymus Gland Essential for proper development of immune system Assists body with immune function and development of antibodies Important role in the immune response
    30. 30. Lymphatic System Exercise Click here to review the lymphatic system in a labeling activity. Back to Directory
    31. 31. Immunity Body’s ability to defend itself against pathogens  Bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoans, toxins, cancerous tumors Two forms  Naturalimmunity  Acquired immunity
    32. 32. Natural Immunity Also called innate immunity Not specific to a particular disease Doesn’t require prior exposure to pathogen Example:  Macrophage  WBCs that ingest any pathogen encountered
    33. 33. Figure 6.14 – Enhanced photomicrograph showing a macrophage (purple) attacking bacillus Escherichia coli (yellow).
    34. 34. Acquired Immunity Body’s response to a specific pathogen May be either:  Passive acquired immunity  Active acquired immunity
    35. 35. Acquired Immunity Passive acquired immunity  Results when a person receives protective substances produced by another human or animal  Examples: maternal antibodies, antitoxin Active acquired immunity  Develops following direct exposure to pathogen  Stimulates immune response – series of mechanisms designed to neutralize pathogen  Immunizations or vaccinations are special types of active acquired immunity
    36. 36. Immune Response Disease-causing agents called antigens stimulate immune response Two distinct and different processes  Humoral immunity (also called antibody-mediated immunity) Production of B cells  Cellular immunity (also called cell-mediated immunity) Production of T cells and NK cells
    37. 37. Humoral Immunity (Immune response) Involves production of B lymphocytes  Also called B cells  Respond to antigens by producing a protective protein, an antibody  Antibodies combine with antigen to form ….. antigen-antibody complex  Targets pathogen for phagocytosis  Prevents infectious agent from damaging healthy cells
    38. 38. Cellular Immunity (Immune response) Involves production of T cells and ….. natural killer cells (NK) These defense cells are ….. cytotoxic  Physically attack and destroy pathogenic cells
    39. 39. Standard Precautions There are a large number of pathogens in a hospital setting  Nosocomial infection Acquired in the hospital  Cross infection Pathogen acquired from another person  Reinfection Becomes infected again with same pathogen  Self-inoculation Pathogen from one part of patient’s body spreads to another part of body
    40. 40. Summary ofStandard Precaution Guidelinesi Wash hands before putting on and after removing gloves and before and after working with patient or equipment.e Wear gloves when in contact with any body fluid, mucous membrane, or non-intact skin or if you have chapped hands, a rash, or open sores.d Wear non-permeable gown or apron during procedures that are likely to expose you to any body fluid, mucous membrane, or non-intact skin.
    41. 41. Summary ofStandard Precaution Guidelinesi Wear mask and protective eyewear or a face shield when patients are coughing or if body fluid droplets or splashes are likely.e Wear face mask and eyewear that seal close to the face during procedures that cause body tissues to be vaporized.B Remove for proper cleaning any shared equipment that has come into contact with body fluids, mucous membrane, or non-intact skin.
    42. 42. Word Building with adenoid/o & immun/o–ectomy adenoidectomy–itis adenoiditis–logist immunologist
    43. 43. Word Building with adenoid/o & immun/o surgical removal of–ectomy adenoidectomy adenoids–itis adenoiditis inflammation of adenoids–logist immunologist immunity specialist
    44. 44. Word Building with lymph/oaden/o lymphadenectomy–ectomyaden/o lymphadenopathy–pathyangi/o lymphangiogram–gramangi/o –oma lymphangioma–oma lymphoma–tic lymphatic
    45. 45. Word Building with lymph/oaden/o surgical removal of lymphadenectomy–ectomy lymph glandaden/o lymphadenopathy lymph gland disease–pathyangi/o lymphangiogram record of lymph vessel–gramangi/o –oma lymphangioma lymph vessel tumor–oma lymphoma lymphatic tumor–tic lymphatic pertaining to lymph
    46. 46. Word Building with path/o & splen/o –genic pathogenic –logy pathology –ectomy splenectomy –megaly splenomegaly
    47. 47. Word Building with path/o & splen/o –genic pathogenic disease producing –logy pathology study of disease –ectomy splenectomy surgical removal of spleen –megaly splenomegaly enlarged spleen
    48. 48. Word Building with thym/o–ectomy thymectomy–oma thymoma
    49. 49. Word Building with thym/o–ectomy thymectomy surgical removal of thymus–oma thymoma thymus tumor
    50. 50. Word Building with tonsill/o–ar tonsillar–ectomy tonsillectomy–itis tonsillitis
    51. 51. Word Building with tonsill/o–ar tonsillar pertaining to tonsils–ectomy tonsillectomy surgical removal of tonsils–itis tonsillitis inflammation of tonsils
    52. 52. Lymphatic & Immune Vocabulary(13)allergen antigen causing an allergic reaction physician who specializes in testing for andallergist treating allergiesallergy hypersensitivity to a common substance disease resulting from immune systemautoimmune attacking its own body as is if a pathogen;disease examples include rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus
    53. 53. Lymphatic & Immune Vocabulary appearance of wheals as part ofhives allergic reactionhuman virus that causes AIDS; knownimmunodeficiency virus as a retrovirus(HIV) immune system that does notimmunocompromised function properly; also called immunodeficiency disorder antibodies; assist in protectingimmunoglobins the body
    54. 54. Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph of HIV virus (red) infecting T-helper cells (green). (NIBSC/Science Photo Library/Photo Researchers, Inc.)
    55. 55. Lymphatic & Immune Vocabulary branch of medicine concerned withimmunology treating immune system disorders tissues’ response to injury; redness, pain,inflammation swelling, and feeling hot to touch excessive tissue fluid due to blockedlymphedema lymphatic flowopportunistic infection appearing ininfection immunocompromised personurticaria severe itching associated with hives
    56. 56. Figure 6.16 – Inflammation as illustrated by cellulitis of the arm. Note that the area is red and swollen. It is also painful and hot to touch.
    57. 57. Inflammation Video Click here to view a video on the topic of inflammation.
    58. 58. Allergic Reactions
    59. 59. Allergic Reactions life-threatening condition from severeanaphylactic allergic reaction; circulatory andshock respiratory problems occur; also called anaphylaxis
    60. 60. Anaphylaxis Animation Click here to view an animation on anaphylaxis.
    61. 61. Lymphatic System Pathology (6) inflammation and obstruction of lymphelephantiasis vessels; results in enlarged tissues due to edemaHodgkin’s cancer of the lymphatic cells found indisease (HD) concentration in lymph nodes inflammation of lymph nodes; commonlylymphadenitis called swollen glands
    62. 62. Late-stage Hodgkin’s disease with tumor eroding skin above cancerous lymph node.
    63. 63. Lymphatic System Pathologymononucleosis acute viral infection with large(mono) number of atypical lymphocytes
    64. 64. Lymphatic System Pathologymononucleosis acute viral infection with large(mono) number of atypical lymphocytesnon-Hodgkin’s cancer of the lymphatic tissues otherlymphoma than Hodgkin’s lymphoma(NHL)
    65. 65. Immune System Pathology (7)acquired defect in cell-mediated immunity;immunodeficiency result of final stages of HIVsyndrome (AIDS) infection early stage of AIDS; mildAIDS-related symptoms; weight loss, fatigue,complex (ARC) anorexia complication of bone marrowgraft vs. host transplant; immune cells fromdisease (GVHD) donor marrow attack recipient’s body
    66. 66. AIDS Video Click here to view a video on AIDS and HIV.
    67. 67. Immune System PathologyKaposi’s sarcoma skin cancer seen in AIDS patients;(KS) brownish-purple skin lesionsPneumocystis common in AIDS patients; ancarinii pneumonia opportunistic infection(PCP) autoimmune disease; forms fibroussarcoidosis lesions in multiple organs of bodysevere combined genetic disorder; born without aimmunodeficiency functioning immune systemsyndrome (SCIDS)
    68. 68. Clinical Laboratory Testsenzyme-linked blood test for an antibody to AIDSimmunosorbent virus; positive test means person hasassay (ELISA) been exposed to virusWestern blot used as a backup to ELISA test for HIV
    69. 69. Diagnostic Imaginglymphangiography X-ray taken after injection of dye
    70. 70. Additional DiagnosticProceduresMonospot test for mononucleosis allergy testing in which body is exposed toscratch test allergens through light scratch in skin
    71. 71. B AScratch test; patient is exposed to allergens through light scratch in the skin. B) Positive scratch test results. Inflammation indicates person is allergic to that substance. (James King-Holmes/Science Photo Library/Photo Researchers, Inc.)
    72. 72. Medical Procedures patient receives immunoglobulinimmunotherapy injection or antibodies to treat a diseasevaccination exposure to weakened pathogen to stimulate immune response; person will then be able to fight off pathogen if exposed to it in the future; also called immunization
    73. 73. Surgical Procedures surgical removal of a lymph node;lymphadenectomy done to test for malignancy or metastasis
    74. 74. Lymphatic and ImmunePharmacology blocks histamine release Zyrtec,antihistamine during allergic reaction Benadryl anti-inflammatory; used prednisone,corticosteroids to treat autoimmune Solu-Medrol diseases blocks immune system;immuno- CellCept, prevents rejection ofsuppressants Neoral transplant
    75. 75. Lymphatic and ImmunePharmacology inhibits protease, enzymeprotease Crixivan, needed for viruses toinhibitor drugs Fortovase reproduce inhibits reversereverse transcriptase, enzyme Epivir,transcriptase needed for viruses to Retrovirinhibitor drugs reproduce
    76. 76. Lymphatic and ImmuneAbbreviationsAIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndromeARC AIDS-related complexELISA enzyme-linked immunosorbent assayGVHD graft vs. host diseaseHD Hodgkin’s diseaseHIV human immunodeficiency virus
    77. 77. Lymphatic & ImmuneAbbreviationsIg immunoglobulinKS Kaposi’s sarcomamono mononucleosisNHL non-Hodgkin’s lymphomaNK natural killer cellsPCP Pneumocystis carinii pneumoniaSCIDS severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome