Microcirculation and Lymphatic System

Physiology

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Microcirculation and Lymphatic System
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Structure of Microcirculation
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Flow of Blood in Capillaries
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Exchange of Water, Nutrients and Other Substances
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Interstitium and Interstitial Fluid
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The Lymphatic System

Lecture´s Description

In this lecture ´´Microcirculation and Lymphatic System´´ is explained.

Structure of Microcirculation

In the very first slide introduction to structure of microcirculation is given. Educator tells that the most purposeful function of the microcirculation is transport of nutrients to the tissues and removal of cell excreta. Next, structure is illustrated. Then special types of pores are explained.

Flow of Blood in Capillaries

Section two is about ‘’Flow of Blood in Capillaries’’. Initially, regulation of vasomotion is explained. The next subject of discussion is average function of the capillary system. Lastly, diffusion through the capillary membrane is discussed.

Exchange of Water, Nutrients and Other Substances

Educator tells about lipid soluble substances in the first slide. Next, effect of molecular size on passage is delivered. Moreover, effect of concentration difference is also discussed.

Interstitium and Interstitial Fluid

Section four is about ‘’Interstitium and Interstitial Fluid’’. At first, structure of Interstitium is discussed. After that explanation of “gel” in the interstitium is focused. This is followed by the elucidation of “free” fluid in the interstitium.

The Lymphatic System

The prime focus of discussion is Lymph channels of the body. Almost all tissues of the body have special lymph channels that drain excess fluid directly from the interstitial spaces. Subsequently, formation of lymph is illustrated in detail. Finally, rate of lymph flow is discussed.

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