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Bursa

Bursa

(Science: anatomy) a tissue space (fibrous sac) that is lined with synovial membrane (joint tissue) and contains a small quantity of synovial fluid (joint fluid). Bursas are found in between tendon and bone, skin and bone and muscles. They function to facilitate fluid movement.


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... disseminated, chronic cutaneous/subcutaneous infection,6 bursitis,1 and, rarely, systemic infection.8 Soft tissue infections favor the olecranon bursa, sites of trauma, or surgical wounds exposed to soil or water (eg, hand tendon repair). The cutaneous lesion may vary in appearance, depending ...

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Tue Jan 31, 2006 6:59 pm
 
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Lymphoid Progenitor Cells

bursa Fabricius.. What's that? It is a dorsal diverticulum of bird's cloaca, the origin of B-cells in addition to that ones produced in bone marrow in where B-cells undergo proliferation, education, and differentiation. http://www.uic.edu/classes/dh/dh110/Immunology_files/slide0187_image026.gif ...

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by Dr.Stein
Mon Jan 09, 2006 8:24 am
 
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Topic: Lymphoid Progenitor Cells
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Lymphoid Progenitor Cells

bursa Fabricius.. What's that?

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by MrMistery
Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:14 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Lymphoid Progenitor Cells
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Lymphoid Progenitor Cells

Lymphoid progenitor cells are only found in primary lymphoid organs, i.e. bone marrow, bursa Fabricius, and thymus, provided as repertoire. The ones found in lymph nodes and other secondary lymphoid organs are cells that already undergoing education, selection, maturation, ...

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by Dr.Stein
Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:44 am
 
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