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Physiology Lecture Unit Three (C19 - C23)
Unit Three Lecture Objectives // Dictionary of Pronunciation // Medical Dictionary
 
  Chapter 19: The Cardiovascular System / Blood
 
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Hemopoiesis: Erythropoiesis and Leukopoiesis
    * Structure and Functions of the Formed Elements
    * Hemostasis
   
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Blood Typing
       
   
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    * Audio Review / Blood
       
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    Articles of Interest / Optional / Not Required
       
    * HS Football Player Dies From Ruptured Spleen
   
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    * Articles of Interest / Archival
       
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    * Pathophysiology: Blood and Circulatory System
       
 
  Chapter 20: The Cardiovascular System / The Heart
 
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Heart Function
   
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The Cardiac Cycle, Cardiac Output, and Cardiac Regulation
       
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    * Heart: CT Scan of Ventricular Blood Vessels
    * Heart Blockage and Heart Attack
   
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    * Audio Review / Anatomy of the Heart
       
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    Articles of Interest / Not Required
       
    * Cardiomegaly (Enlarged Heart)
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  Chapter 21: Blood Vessels & Hemodynamics
 
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Introduction to Blood Vessels
   
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Blood Pressure and Blood Flow
   
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Special Circulatory Routes
       
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    * Audio Review / Physiology of the Cardiovascular Sysem
       
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    Articles of Interest / Not Required
       
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  Chapter 22: The Lymphatic and Immunity
 
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The Lymphatic System
   
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Lymphatic Cells, Lymphatic Tissue, and Lymphatic Organs
   
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Innate Immunity
   
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Adaptive Immunity
   
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Four Types of Adaptive Immunity
   
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Antibodies Structure and Function
   
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Hypersensitivity
   
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Autoimmune and Immunodeficiency Diseases
       
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When you need to learn a very complex system, it helps if you first study a simpler or less complex review of the topic. These first six videos are an introduction to a very complex topic: the immune system. The other videos that follow will cover in more detail specific mechanisms associated with the immune system.

For starters, there are two divisions to our immune system: innate immunity and adaptive immunity. All animals (invertebrates and vertebrates) possess innate immunity, a type of non-specific resistence to pathogens. An innate immune response will attack indiscriminately pathogenic microbes. Vertebrates have an additional and more powerful immune response called adaptive immunity which destroy specific pathogens and then remembers the pathogen so it may respond more rapidly if there is a second exposure..

 
     
   
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Lymphatic System's Role in Immunity
   
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The Inflammatory Response
   
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    * Adaptive Immunity (HHMI):
    * Overview of the Immune System
   
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Non Specific Resistance
   
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Natural Killer Cells - Video
   
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Interferon Anti Viral Activity
   
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Activatioin of Complement
   
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Agglutination
     
   
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Clonal Selection
    * Helper T Cell Activation / Mechanism (HHMI) // View the animation to see how one type of immune cell—the helper T cell—interprets a message presented at the surface of the cell membrane. The message is an antigen, a protein fragment taken from an invading microbe. A series of events unfolds that results in the production of many clones of the helper T cell. These identical T cells can serve as a brigade forming an essential communication network to activate B cells, which make antibodies that will specifically attack the activating antigen.
   
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    * Activation of Helper T Cells and Cytotoxic T Cells (Illustration)
   
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Cell Dependent Antigens
   
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Antigen Processing and Presentation / Macrophage and B Cells
   
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Antigen Presenting Cells
   
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Antigen Processing
   
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Antigenic Determinants
     
   
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Antibodies
   
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Antibody Diversity
     
   
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    * Poliovirus
   
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    * Cytotoxic T Cells Attacking Infected Cell
     
   
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    * How We Can Mobilize the Immune System to Attack Cancer
Dr James Allison / Sloan Kettering Cancer Center(27 min)
    * Sloan Kettering Scientists Engineer Immune System to Identify and
Destroy Leukemia and Prostate Cancer Cells (6 min)
     
    * Audio Review / Lymphatic System
    * Audio Review / Immune System
    * Audio Review / Stress
       
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    * C22 Study Guide / Part A - Lymphatics System
    * C22 Study Guide / Part B - Non-specific Resistance & Immunity
    * C22 - Hot List Questions
       
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New Science - Synthetic Immune Cells ( Article with image)
    * Cytotoxic T Cell Activation (Wiki)
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    * Understanding Pathogens and the Flu Virus
       
      The four lectures below, Immunity: Friend or Foe, where sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Each one hour lecture covers an important topic related to our immune system.
       
   
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Lecture 1: How Cells Create Trillions of Receptors from a Few Hundred Parts
by John Kappler, PhD
   
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Lecture 2: How the Immune System Detects Invaders
   
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Lecture 3: How the Host Avoids "Friendly Fire" by Dr. Kappler, PhD
   
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Lecture 4: Stalking the Elusive Pathogen by Dr. Phillippa Marrack, PhD
       
 
  Chapter 23: The Respiratory System
 
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Introduction to the Respiratory System
   
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Gas Exchange and Transport
   
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Neural Regulation of the Respiratory System
       
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Respiratory Volumes & Spirometry - Excellent Presentation! (Video)
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Transport of Respiratory Gases (Video)
    * Audio Review / Respiratory System
       
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    * Lung Function Test
   
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    * Hiccups
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    * Pathophysiology: Respiratory System
       
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