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Lymph node: Quiz


Question 1: The sinus space is criss-crossed by the pseudopods of ________ which act to trap foreign particles and filter the lymph.
MacrophageMonocyteWhite blood cellPhagocyte

Question 2: The outer cortex consists mainly of the ________ arranged as follicles, which may develop a germinal center when challenged with an antigen, and the deeper cortex mainly consisting of the T cells.
Plasma cellAdaptive immune systemT helper cellB cell

Question 3: Mediastinal lymph nodes: They consist of several lymph node groups, especially along the trachea (5 groups), along the esophagus and between the ________ and the diaphragm.
DigestionLungRespiratory systemImmune system

Question 4: The ________ and tonsils are large lymphoid organs that serve similar functions to lymph nodes, though the spleen filters blood cells rather than lymph.
Lymphatic systemStomachImmune systemSpleen

Question 5: Lymphocytes, also known as ________ are located within honeycomb structures of the lymph nodes.
White blood cellPhagocyteNeutrophil granulocyteEosinophil granulocyte

Question 6: Posterior cervical: These nodes extend in a line posterior to the sternocleidomastoids but in front of the trapezius, from the level of the Mastoid portion of the temporal bone to the ________.
Upper limbClavicleScapulaCoracoid process

Question 7: Virchow's node is a left supraclavicular lymph node which receives the lymph drainage from most of the body (especially the abdomen) via the thoracic duct and is thus an early site of ________ for various malignancies.
Head and neck cancerCancerCancer stagingMetastasis

Question 8: The mediastinal lymph nodes along the esophagus are in tight connection with the abdominal lymph nodes along the esophagus and the ________.
Colon (anatomy)Small intestineStomachVermiform appendix

Question 9: Lymph nodes can also be diagnosed by ________ whenever they are inflamed.

Question 10: Deltoideopectoral glands: Situated between the pectoralis major and deltoid muscles inferior to the ________.
ScapulaClavicleCoracoid processBone


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