Lymphatic system by admin_massage2 | Nov 28, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Lymphatic system 1. Where are the axillary nodes located? Deselect Answer At the back of the skull Legs Armpits Tonsils 2. Which one of the following is not a function of the spleen? Deselect Answer Acts as a blood reservoir Removes foreign particles Helps fight infection Forms new leucocytes 3. What is the function of the right lymphatic duct? Deselect Answer Collects lymph from the left side of the body Collects lymph from the right side of the body Receives lymph from the right side of the head, neck, chest and right arm Drains lymph into the head, neck and torso 4. An efferent vessel transports lymph? Deselect Answer To the lymphatic ducts To the lymphatic vessels Back to the system To the lymph nodes 5. How long is the right lymphatic duct? Deselect Answer 2cm 4cm 1.5cm 2.5cm 6. The submandibular nodes are located? Deselect Answer Chest Face Arms Legs 7. How long is the thoracic duct? Deselect Answer 2.5cm 10cm 1.5cm 40cm 8. Where do lymphatic capillaries not occur? Deselect Answer Cranial nerves Autonomic nervous system Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system 9. What type of valves do lymphatic vessels have? Deselect Answer Semi lunar valves Bicuspid valves Tricuspid valves Micuspid valves 10. Which one of the following is not a function of lymph nodes? Deselect Answer To filter lymph To produce new lymphocytes and antibodies To form anitbodies against a particular infection To collect lymph and convey it towards the heart 11. The inner layer of the lymphatic vessels is made up of? Deselect Answer Fibrous tissue Endothelial cells Muscular tissue Elastic tissue 12. Where is the spleen positioned? Deselect Answer Behind the lungs Upper right hand side of the abdomen Under the diaphragm Upper left hand side of the abdomen 13. What is the structure of the spleen? Deselect Answer Spleen has an outer capsule of fibrous tissue Spleen has an inner capsule of fibrous tissue Spleen has an outer capsule of elastic tissue Spleen has an inner capsule of elastic tissue 14. What does the spleen destroy Deselect Answer Lymphocytes Thrombocytes and erythrocytes Foreign particles Leucocytes 15. What is the function of lymphatic vessels? Deselect Answer Transport lymph towards the heart Transport lymph to the lymphatic ducts Transport lymph to the lymph nodes Transport lymph to the lymphatic capillaries 16. What are lymph nodes made of? Deselect Answer Fibrous tissue Muscular tissue Lymphatic tissue Elastic tissue 17. What are lymphatic capillaries? Deselect Answer Muscular tissue which prevent the back flow of lymph Vessels which transport waste materials to the lymph nodes Vessels which work with blood to collect excess tissue fluid Capillaries which transport lymph around the lymphatic system 18. Lymphatic tissue contains? Deselect Answer Leucoctyes Thrombocytes Erythrocytes Phagoctyes 19. The thoracic duct is positioned? Deselect Answer Leg Arm Torso Hand 20. The outer layer of lymphatic vessels consists of? Deselect Answer Elastic tissue Endothelial cells Fibrous tissue Muscular tissue 21. Cancer of the lymphatic tissue is called? Deselect Answer Scepticema Addison’s syndrome Cushing’s syndrome Hodgkin’s disease 22. Lymphatic capillaries unite to become? Deselect Answer Lymph nodes Lymphatic ducts Lymphatic tissue Lymphatic vessels 23. The popliteal nodes are located? Deselect Answer In the neck Behind the knee On the tonsils In the spleen 24. All lymph passes into? Deselect Answer Lymphatic tissue Lymphatic capillaries Lymphatic ducts Lymphatic nodes 25. Which one of the following does not help to circulate lymph? Deselect Answer Pressure Suction Contraction of skeletal muscles Heat 26. Any obstruction of the lymphatic flow causes? Deselect Answer Blood clotting Hodgkin’s disease Oedema Atheroscierosis 27. Which one of the follow does lymphatic tissue not contain? Deselect Answer Erythrocytes Cells dividing to form new lymphoctyes Phagocytes Lymphoctyes 28. Where is the right lymphatic duct positioned? Deselect Answer Arm Leg Neck Chest 29. The occipital nodes are located? Deselect Answer At the back of the skull On the face Elbows Armpits 30. An afferent vessel transports lymph? Deselect Answer To lymph capillaries Around the body To the lymph nodes To the lymph ducts 1 out of 1 Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.