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Yellow Fever
...  of the vaccination every ten years. However, yellow fever vaccines could develop serious side effects to old people who are over sixty years of age, or those who were born with problems in their Thymus. These are the most important pieces of information you must know about yellow fever. Now that you already know its causes and symptoms and how it is transmitted, it would be easier for you to  ...

Blood
...  the humeri, ribs, femora, pelvis, and sternum is responsible for forming platelets, erythrocytes, and granular leukocytes. Agranular leukocytes are created in the spleen, lymph nodes, tonsils and Thymus. As soon as the blood cell life comes to an end, the liver and the spleen destroy them. It is wrong to believe that modern science has revealed every secret of the blood. Until now many  ...

Glandular Structure
...  to the blood stream. They are the ductless glands that affect the body at large. Some of the important organs are the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, hypothalamus, ovaries, testes, pancreas, and Thymus. All these organs have their specific target organs. Overgrowth Overgrowth of cells can also occur in the glandular structure. If it happens, it can lead to cancer cell formation. If the  ...

Aortic Arch
...  gives rise to the brachiocephalic trunk, the left common carotid artery and the left subclavian artery. The plura and anterior margins of the lungs cover the arch of the aorta. The remains of the Thymus also contribute to the covering of the arch of the aorta. The arch of the aorta starts at the height of the upper portion of the second sternocostal articulation of the right side. It then  ...

Lymphoid Organs
...  depending on the need of the body. Immunologists occasionally refer to these organs as “central lymphoid organs.” Examples of primary lymphoid organs include the bone marrow and the Thymus. What are secondary lymphoid organs? Secondary lymphoid organs take charge of maintaining mature but naive lymphocytes. These organs initiate adaptive immune response. Immunologists refer to  ...

Thymus
...  by science as an actual organ, the Thymus is situated in front of the aorta, at the back of the manubrium of the sternum, and in the uppper mediastinum. It’s a bi-lobed organ that shrinks continuously as the body is growing. In an adult body, the Thymus is filled with a lot of fatty tissues and fibrous connective tissue strands. The Thymus is classified to be a part of both the  ...


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