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The cortex of a lymph node contains spherical clusters called _____ that contain primarily _____....

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The cortex of a lymph node contains spherical clusters called _____ that contain primarily _____.

a. lymphatic follicles; T lymphocytes

b. lymphatic follicles; B lymphocytes

c. medullary centers; T lymphocytes

d. medullary centers; B lymphocytes

Classification of Lymphatic System:

The lymphatic system is an organ system of the body that helps the body fight against infections and maintain fluid levels. It is made up of lymphatic vessels that are found all throughout the body.

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The cortex of a lymph node contains spherical clusters called lymphatic follicles that contain primarily B lymphocytes. Lymph nodes are the structures...

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Lymph Nodes: Anatomy & Location

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Chapter 6 / Lesson 24
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This lesson will help you understand the anatomy and function of lymph nodes, and you will learn where lymph nodes are located in your body. A quiz at the end of the lesson will test your knowledge.


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