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Lymphatic Drainage Massage Past Exam

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Hey People!:)

Hmm so after a good trawl through the forum's i couldn't help but notice that there were no post's for people taking the Lymphatic drainage course. So i thought i would get the ball rolling and hopefully be of some help.

Im currently studying the subject and thought it would be nice to share some past exam paper's to help prepare for that dreaded "E"word....so umm here goes.....

Lymph check questions:

1 The middle layer of lymphatic vessels are?
- Fibros outer tissue
- Muscular & elastic tissue
- Inner endothelial tissue
- Middle endothelial tissue

2 Lymph is dependent on what movement?
- Blood volume
- Skeletal muscles
- Gravity
- Valves

3 Lymph is returned to the general circulation via the?
- Aorta
- Right subclavian
- Superior & inferior vena cava
- Right and left subclavian

4 Lymphatic tissue is not found in the?
- Tonsils
- Spleen
- Appendix
- Thyroid

5 Antibodies are formed in the?
- Lymph vessels
- Lymph nodes
- Lymph ducts
- Lymph capillaries

6- Lymphatic tissue does not contain?
- Phagocytes
- Thrombocytes
- Lymphocytes
- Cells dividing to form new lymphocytes

7 Lymph is drained back into the bloodstream through the?
- Lymph capillaries
- Lymph nodes
- Lymph ducts
- Spleen

8 The functions of the spleen include
- Collect and drain lymph
- Transport excess waste away from the tissues
- Destroy lymphocytes
- Destroy thrombocytes

9 The function of a lymph vessel is to?
- Work with the blood to collect & distribute waste
- Transport lymph to the arteries
- Transport lymph
- Transport lymph to the veins

10 Lymph flow is hindered by?
- Muscular activity
- Arterial pulsation
- Infection
- Peristaltic action

11 The cervical lymph nodes are situated?
- In the front of the ear
- Behind the ear
- Under the chin
- On the neck

12 How do lymphatic capillaries differ from vascular capillaries?
- They do not differ
- They are not porous
- They are not continuous, they have a blind end
- They are held open with hoops of hyaline cartilage

13 What is one of the functions of lymph?
- Transport oxygen to the tissues
- Add lymphocytes to the blood
- Transport carbon dioxide from the tissues
- Bathes the tissues in plasma

14 How is lymph circulated?
- It is pumped by the heart
- The spleen pumps lymph
- Gravity draws it to the hands & feet where it is returned to the bloodstream
- A combination of skeletal muscle contractio and valves in the veins

15 What is the function of lymph nodes?
- To filter lymph only
- To produce new lymphocytes only
- A point of no re-entry to the blood stream for lymph fluid
- To filter lymph and produce new lymphocytes

16 The function of lymph nodes includes to?
- Act as a biological filter
- Increase water content of lymph
- Transport oxygen
- Regulate body temperature

17 The submandibular lymph nodes are situated?
- In the front of the ear
- Behind the ear
- Under the jaw bone
- On the neck

18 The digestive and lymphatic system work together to?
- Aid in the digestion of carbohydrates
- Aid in the elimination of carbohydrates
- Aid in the digestion of fats
- Aid in the elimination of fats

19 Non-granular leucocytes include?
- Erythrocytes
- Endothelial cells
- Yellow elastic tissue
- Ciliated columnar tissue

20 Which of the following is not a function of the right lymphatic duct?
- To draw lymph from the right leg
- To drain lymph from the right side of the chest
- To drain lymph from the right arm
-To drain lymph from the right side of the head

21 Which is a function of a lymphatic node?
- To Produce subcutaneous tissue
- To remove and destroy harmful micro-organisms
- To produce endothelial and elastic tissue
- To produce blood tissue

22 Where are erythrocytes broken down?
- In the pancreas
- In the kidneys
- In the lymph
- In the spleen

23 An afferent vessel is?
- A lymph vessel leaving a lymph node
- A vein draining into a duct
- A lymph vessel inside a node
- A lymph vessel entering a node

24 The thoracic duct drains the?
- Left side of the head, left arm & the whole torso & both legs
- Right side of the head, right arm & the whole torso & both legs
- Right side of the head, right arm & right leg
- Left side of the head, left arm & both legs

25 The organ responsible for forming new lymphocytes & destroying old thrombocytes & erythrocytes is?
- The spleen
- The tonsils
- The liver
- The thymus

Answers:
1-Inner endothelial tissue
2-Skeletal muscles
3-Right and left subclavian
4-Thyroid
5-Lymph nodes
6-Thrombocytes
7-Lymph ducts
8-Destroy thrombocytes
9-Transport lymph
10-Infection

11-On the neck
12-They are not continuous, they have a blind end
13-Add lymphocytes to the blood
14-A combination of skeletal muscle contractio and valves in the veins
15-To filter lymph and produce new lymphocytes
16-Act as a biological filter
17-Under the jaw bone
18-Aid in the digestion of fats
19-Endothelial cells
20-To draw lymph from the right leg

21-To remove and destroy harmful micro-organisms
22-In the spleen
23-A lymph vessel entering a node
24-Left side of the head, left arm & the whole torso & both legs
25-The spleen

I hope this helps πŸ™‚

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(@hardancer)
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Lymphatic Drainage

Hi im just about to sit an exam for the Lymphatic drainage course, im completing it in a beauty diploma. how long ago did you sit the course? im just trying to determine how accurate it is to me.
thanks so much!!

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Hi im just about to sit an exam for the Lymphatic drainage course, im completing it in a beauty diploma. how long ago did you sit the course? im just trying to determine how accurate it is to me.
thanks so much!!

Hello Hardancer and welcome to Healthypages,

Unfortunately the original poster hasn't been active for over a year and it's unlikely that you will get a reply.

Good luck with your exam,

Myarka.

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