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    index 1
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    Outline
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    System Overview
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    Distribution of blood
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    Blood Vessels
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    The Vascular System
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    Comparative features of blood vessels
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    These are conduit vessels near the heart that carry blood for circulation. The major example of an elastic artery is the aorta. These are large lumen vessels (low resistance) that contain more elastin than the muscular arteries. This allows them to be “pr
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    Muscular Arteries
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    Arterioles
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    Area and volume contained in systemic blood vessels
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    Effect of the diameter of the blood vessel on the velocity of blood flow
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    Total Cross-Sectional Areas of blood vessel (human)
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    Velocity of blood flow
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    Total Cross-Sectional Areas of blood vessel (human)
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    Effect of the diameter of the blood vessel on the velocity of blood flow
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    Total Cross-Sectional Areas of blood vessel (human)
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    Velocity of blood flow
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    Pressures in the Various Portions of the Circulation
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    Slide 17
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    Basic Principles of Circulatory Function
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    Pressure, Flow and Resistance
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    Resistance
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    Pressure, Flow, and Resistance
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    Resistance
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    Resistances in parallel or series
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    Resistances in parallel or series
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    Flow – Pressure Relationship
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    Arterioles
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    “Conductance” of Blood in a Vessel and Its Relation to Resistance
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    The effect of vessel diameter on blood flow
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    Effect of Hematocrit on Blood Viscosity
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    Effects of Pressure on Vascular Resistance and Tissue Blood Flow
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Vascular distensibility and functions of the arterial and venous systems
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Effects of Pressure on Vascular Resistance and Tissue Blood Flow
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Vascular distensibility and functions of the arterial and venous systems
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Effects of Pressure on Vascular Resistance and Tissue Blood Flow
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Effects of Pressure on Vascular Resistance and Tissue Blood Flow
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    Pressure-Flow Relationship in Passive Vascular Beds
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    Vascular distensibility and functions of the arterial and venous systems
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    Vascular distensibility and functions of the arterial and venous systems
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    Vascular distensibility (擴張度)
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    Vascular distensibility and functions of the arterial and venous systems
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    index 2
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    Vascular distensibility (擴張度)
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    Difference in Distensibility of the Arteries and the Veins
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    Vascular Compliance (順應性) (or Vascular Capacitance, 容量)
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    Compliance and distensibility are quite different
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Delayed Compliance (Stress-Relaxation) of Vessels
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    Volume-Pressure Curves of the Arterial and Venous Circulations
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    Delayed Compliance (Stress-Relaxation) of Vessels
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    Arteries
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    Slide 42
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    Slide 43
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    Slide 42
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    Slide 43
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    Arterial Pressure Pulsations
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    Slide 43
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    Slide 42
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    Slide 43
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    Arterial Pressure Pulsations
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    Slide 43
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    Slide 42
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    Slide 43
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    Arterial Pressure Pulsations
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    Cardiac cycle
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    Arterial Blood Pressure
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    Two major factors affect the pulse pressure
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    arterial systolic, diastolic, pulse, and mean pressure
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    Slide 49
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    pressure-volume relationship of aortas obtained at autopsy from humans in different age groups
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    Damping of the Pressure Pulses in the Smaller Arteries, Arterioles, and Capillaries
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    Measurement of Systemic Arterial Pressure
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    Veins
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    Venous System
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    Varicose Veins 靜脈曲張
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    Venous Pressure
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    Determinants of Venous Pressure
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    Venous Pressures—Right Atrial Pressure (CentralVenous Pressure) and Peripheral Venous Pressures
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    Venous Resistance and Peripheral Venous Pressure
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    effect of gravitational pressure on the venous pressure
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    Venous Valves and the “Venous Pump”: Their Effects on Venous Pressure
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    Specific Blood Reservoirs
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    The microcirculation and lymphatic system
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    Structure of the Microcirculation and Capillary System
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    Slide 65
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    Sympathetic Innervation of the Blood Vessels
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    The arterioles are highly muscular, and their diameters can change many fold. The metarterioles (the terminal arterioles) do not have a continuous muscular coat, but smooth muscle fibers encircle the vessel at intermittent points.At the point where each t
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    Sympathetic Innervation of the Blood Vessels
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    The arterioles are highly muscular, and their diameters can change many fold. The metarterioles (the terminal arterioles) do not have a continuous muscular coat, but smooth muscle fibers encircle the vessel at intermittent points.At the point where each t
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    Capillaries
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    Anatomy of Capillary Network
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    Structure of the Capillary Wall
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    structure of the capillary wall
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    “Pores” in the Capillary Membrane
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    caveolae
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    Special Types of “Pores” Occur in the Capillaries of Certain Organs (1/2)
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    caveolae
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    “Pores” in the Capillary Membrane
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    caveolae
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    Special Types of “Pores” Occur in the Capillaries of Certain Organs (1/2)
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    Special Types of “Pores” Occur in the Capillaries of Certain Organs (2/2)
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    Slide 76
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    Slide 77
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    Structure of the glomerular capillary wall
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    Slide 77
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    Structure of the glomerular capillary wall
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    Flow of Blood in the Capillaries—Vasomotion
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    Exchange of Water, Nutrients, and Other Substances Between the Blood and Interstitial Fluid
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    Diffusion Through the Capillary Membrane
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    Exchange of Water, Nutrients, and Other Substances Between the Blood and Interstitial Fluid
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    Diffusion Through the Capillary Membrane
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    Diffusion Through the Capillary Membrane
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    Relative Permeability of Skeletal Muscle Capillary Pores to Different-Sized Molecules
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    Structure of the interstitium
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    Structure of the interstitium
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    Interstitial Fluid
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    Diffusion Across the Capillary Wall: Exchanges of Nutrients and Metabolic End Products
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    Fluid Movement
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    Osmotic Pressure
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    Effect of the different plasma proteins on colloid osmotic pressure
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    Hydrostatic and Colloid Osmotic Forces Determine Fluid Movement (1/2)
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    Hydrostatic and Colloid Osmotic Forces Determine Fluid Movement (2/2)
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    Net Filtration Pressure
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    Net Filtration Pressure
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    Analysis of the Forces Causing Filtration at the Arterial End of the Capillary
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    Analysis of Reabsorption at the Venous End of the Capillary
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    index 3
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    The Lymphatic System
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    Mechanism of Lymph Flow
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    Special structure of the lymphatic capillaries
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    structure of lymphatic capillaries and a collecting lymphatic
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    Lymphoid Tissues
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    Formation of Lymph
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    Rate of Lymph Flow
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    Formation of Lymph
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    Lymphoid Tissues
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    structure of lymphatic capillaries and a collecting lymphatic
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    Special structure of the lymphatic capillaries
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    Mechanism of Lymph Flow
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    The Lymphatic System
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    Analysis of Reabsorption at the Venous End of the Capillary
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    Analysis of the Forces Causing Filtration at the Arterial End of the Capillary
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    Net Filtration Pressure
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    Analysis of the Forces Causing Filtration at the Arterial End of the Capillary
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    Analysis of Reabsorption at the Venous End of the Capillary
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    The Lymphatic System
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    Mechanism of Lymph Flow
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    Special structure of the lymphatic capillaries
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    structure of lymphatic capillaries and a collecting lymphatic
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    Lymphoid Tissues
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    Formation of Lymph
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    Rate of Lymph Flow
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    Formation of Lymph
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    Lymphoid Tissues
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    structure of lymphatic capillaries and a collecting lymphatic
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    Special structure of the lymphatic capillaries
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    Mechanism of Lymph Flow
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    The Lymphatic System
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    Analysis of Reabsorption at the Venous End of the Capillary
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    Analysis of the Forces Causing Filtration at the Arterial End of the Capillary
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    Net Filtration Pressure
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    Analysis of the Forces Causing Filtration at the Arterial End of the Capillary
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    Analysis of Reabsorption at the Venous End of the Capillary
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    The lymphatic system is made up of lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue. The purpose is to collect the fluid lost from the capillaries and return it to the circulation and then house the phagocytes and lymphocytes that play a role in the immune system.
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    The Lymphatic System
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    Mechanism of Lymph Flow
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    Special structure of the lymphatic capillaries
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    structure of lymphatic capillaries and a collecting lymphatic
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    Lymphoid Tissues
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    Formation of Lymph
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    Rate of Lymph Flow
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    Lymphatic Pump
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    Slide 106
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