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What is typically found within the sinuses of a lymph node? (a) red pulp (b) a fibrous capsule...

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What is typically found within the sinuses of a lymph node?

(a) red pulp

(b) a fibrous capsule

(c) reticular fibers

(d) blood

Lymph Nodes:

Lymph nodes are specialized structures within the lymphatic system that serve the purpose of filtering lymph. These structures contain many different lymphocytes that eliminate pathogens before returning lymph back into the cardiovascular system.

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The best answer choice for the above question is C. Reticular Fibers. Reticular fibers allow certain lymphocytes an attachment point where they can...

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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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