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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The lymphatic system is a vital part of the immune system, along with the thymus, bone marrow, spleen, tonsils, appendix, and Peyer patches in the small intestine. The lymphatic system is a network of lymph nodes connected by lymphatic vessels. This system transports lymph throughout the body. Lymph is formed from fluid that seeps through the thin walls of capillaries into the body's tissues. This fluid contains oxygen, proteins, and other nutrients that nourish the tissues. Some of this fluid reenters the capillaries and some of it enters the lymphatic vessels (becoming lymph). Small lymphatic vessels connect to larger ones and eventually form the thoracic duct. The thoracic duct is the largest lymphatic vessel. It joins with the subclavian vein and thus returns lymph to the bloodstream. Lymph also transports foreign substances (such as bacteria), cancer cells, and dead or damaged cells that may be present in tissues into the lymphatic vessels and to lymph organs for disposal. Lymph contains many white blood cells. All substances transported by the lymph pass through at least one lymph node, where foreign substances can be filtered out and destroyed before fluid is returned to the bloodstream. In the lymph nodes, white blood cells can collect, interact with each other and with antigens, and generate immune responses to foreign substances. Lymph nodes contain a mesh of tissue that is tightly packed with B cells, T cells, dendritic cells, and macrophages. Harmful microorganisms are filtered through the mesh, then identified and attacked by B cells and T cells. Lymph nodes are often clustered in areas where the lymphatic vessels branch off, such as the neck, armpits, and groin. Disorders of The Lymphatic System The lymphatic system may not carry out its function adequately due to
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The lymph system’s primary function is to isolate infection and cellular detritus from the rest of the body and deal with it. Imagine you are looking at a handful of living cells through a microscope. A capillary (the smallest blood vessel) delivers blood with its oxygen and nutrients. The local cells use these nutrients and excrete waste. There may be pathogens or antigens present that create an immune response, leaving dead cells and perhaps live infection. Some of the blood and waste products are picked up by tiny veins. But much of the vascular fluid and waste — and hopefully all of the live infection — is picked up by tiny lymph vessels. This process is happening all over the body all the time. Like tributaries trickling into a stream that feeds a slow-moving river, the lymph system transports lymph fluid through ever-widening vessels, moving it through 500 filtration and collection points — your lymph nodes. At each successive node the lymph fluid is filtered and bacteria is removed. If lymph fluid is blocked in one lymph node it will usually take a detour, but when blockage is extreme it can cause the lymph fluid to back up and cause swelling in the surrounding tissue, a condition known as lymphedema. The far-reaching lymph vessels merge at certain points to form lymphatic trunks. You have six major lymph trunks in your body, each responsible for draining filtered fluid from one region of the body. The lumbar and intestinal trunks drain a large volume of purified lymph fluid upward from your lower extremities, pelvis and abdomen into the cisterna chyli, a widened collection pouch at the base of the thoracic duct.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 It is not surprising that many infectious diseases produce symptoms associated with the lymphatic system, because the lymphatic system is involved with the production of lymphocytes that fight infectious disease, and the lymphatic system filters blood and lymph to remove microorganisms. Lymphadenitis (lim-fad-e-ni'tis) an inflammation of the lymph nodes, which causes them to become enlarge and tender. It is an indication that microorganisms are being trapped and destroyed within the lymph nodes. Sometimes the lymphatic vessels become inflamed to produce lymphangitis (lim-fan-ji'tis). This often results in visible red streaks in the skin that extend away from the site of infection. If the microorganisms pass through the lymphatic vessels and nodes to reach the blood, septicemia, or blood poisoning, can result. Bubonic plague and elephantiasis are diseases of the lymphatic system. In the sixth, fourteenth, and nineteenth centuries the bubonic plague killed large numbers of people. Fortunately there are relatively few cases today. Bubonic plague is caused by bacteria that are transferred to humans from rats by the bite of the rat flea. The bacteria localize in the lymph nodes, causing the lymph nodes to enlarge. The term bubonic is derived from a Greek word referring to the groin because the disease often causes the inguinal lymph nodes of the groin to swell. Without treatment, the bacteria enters the blood, multiply, and infect tissues throughout the body, rapidly causing death in 70% to 90% of those infected. Elephantiasis (el-e-fan-ti'a-sis) is caused by long, slender roundworms. The adult worms lodge in the lymphatic vessels and cause blockage of lymph flow. The accumulation of fluid in the interstitial spaces and lymphatic vessels that results can cause permanent swelling and enlargement of a limb. The affected limb supposedly resembles an elephant's leg, providing the basis for the name of the disease.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 There are a number of causes of swollen lymph glands. The most common cause is infection. See your doctor if you have swollen lymph glands and you do not know why they have swollen, or if swollen lymph glands caused by an infection do not go down again within two weeks. What are lymph glands? Small lymph glands (sometimes called lymph nodes) occur throughout the body. Lymph glands that are near each other often form into groups or chains. Examples of where lymph glands group together are the sides of the neck, the armpits and the groins. The diagram shows the main groups of lymph glands in the head and neck. However, lymph glands occur in many other places in the body. Lymph glands are joined together by a network of lymph channels. Lymph is a fluid that forms between the cells of the body. This watery fluid travels in the lymph channels, through various lymph glands and eventually drains into the bloodstream. Lymph and lymph glands are major parts of the immune system. They contain white blood cells (lymphocytes) and antibodies that defend the body against infection.
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• Enable Maintenance Mode on Open-E DSS V7 • Move resources to Local Node • Stop Failover and keep Virtual IP running • Shutdown other Node and introduce new Node • Configure new Node with Logical Volumes, Replication, Share and Targets • Configure Failover AUX IPs, Ping Nodes, VIPs and resources • Start Failover service
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For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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D's been playing a lot of Yasuo lately so here are some of his favorite moments from recent matches. Enjoy! For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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Gang Beasts has been updated with a new engine, maps and physics! For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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This is a simulated mission and is not meant to be a force on force Airsoft match. OP4 are armed with Airsoft and real-steel firearms loaded with blanks for realism. http://www.evike.com https://www.youtube.com/user/evikecom Jet's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DesertFoxAirsoft http://www.americanmilsim.com/ D's TR418: http://www.evike.com/products/31895/ SIGHTMARK: http://www.evike.com/products/39445/ Matt's VFC 416: http://www.evike.com/products/50092/ Miguel's CAM 870: http://www.evike.com/products/56910/ For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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Brandon and D give the new Black Ops 3 campaign a whirl to see what the future of warfare has in store for us. Spoiler alert, this may be a simulation... For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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We play Drop Zone against each other. Battle of the fittest! Check out Jet's channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/DesertFoxAirsoft For business inquiries email info.nodestudiosgmail.com You can get your own professionally built custom gaming PC at, http://www.originpc.com/ http://facebook.com/node http://twitter.com/nodestudios http://twitter.com/corridordigital http://facebook.com/corridordigital http://twitter.com/brandonjla http://twitter.com/cerberusarms
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