Which of the following is separated from surrounding tissues by a fibrous connective tissue capsule?
Chronic or excessive enlargement of lymph nodes, a sign called ________, may occur in response to bacterial or viral infections, endocrine disorders, or cancer.
Lymph differs from plasma in that
A)lymph contains more protein than plasma.
B)lymph contains white blood cells, whereas plasma does not.
C)plasma contains more protein than lymph.
D)lymph contains electrolytes and plasma does not.
E)There is no difference; lymph and plasma are the same.
A bacterial infection in the foot would most likely affect lymph nodes in which of the following regions?