Structure & Function of the Cardiovascular System Structure & Function of the Lymphatic System The Nervous System
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What is the cardiovascular or circulatory system?
Controls the circulation of blood through the body.
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What are tonsils & adenoids?
Filter bacteria and viruses.
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What is the nervous system?
Coordinates and controls the operation of the human body.
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What is blood?
The sticky, salty fluid that circulates through the body, bringing nourishment and oxygen to all body parts.
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What is lymph fluid?
A colorless liquid, rich with white blood cells called lymphocytes, that attack bacteria in the blood.
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What is a nerve?
Appears as a whitish fiber, or bundle of fibers, that transmits impulses and sensations to the brain or spinal cord and impulses from these to the muscles and organs.
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What is the largest artery in the body?
The aorta.
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What is a spleen?
Removes old red blood cells.
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What is the spinal cord?
Composed of long nerve fibers, orginates in the base of the brain and extends to the base of the spine.
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What is the external jugular vein?
Returns all blood from the head, face and neck to the heart.
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What is the buccal node?
Nodes in the cheek area that drain the cheeks.
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What is the zygomatic?
Extends to the side of the forehead, temple and upper part of the cheek.
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What is the facial vein?
Also referred to as the anterior facial vein, is the main vein of the face
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What is the lymphatic system?
A network of organs, lymph nodes and lymph vessels that make lymph fluid and move it from tissues into the bloodstream.
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What is the digestive system?
Also known as the gastrointestinal system.




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