Spleen 3D

  • Description                                                                
    • * Is a large vascular lymphatic organ lying against the diaphragm and ribs 9 to 11 in the left hypochondriac region, covered by peritoneum except at the hilum, and supported by the lieno-gastric and lienorenal ligaments.
    • * Is supplied by the splenic artery and drained by the splenic vein.
    • * Is composed of white pulp and red pulp. White pulp consists of primarily lymphatic tissue and is the primary site of immune and phagocytic action. Red pulp consists of venous sinusoids and splenic cords, and is the primary site of filtration.

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  • Description                                                                
    • * Is a large vascular lymphatic organ lying against the diaphragm and ribs 9 to 11 in the left hypochondriac region, covered by peritoneum except at the hilum, and supported by the lieno-gastric and lienorenal ligaments.
    • * Is supplied by the splenic artery and drained by the splenic vein.
    • * Is composed of white pulp and red pulp. White pulp consists of primarily lymphatic tissue and is the primary site of immune and phagocytic action. Red pulp consists of venous sinusoids and splenic cords, and is the primary site of filtration.

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