Grafted tissues and organs are often 'rejected' by the recipient. Which cells are responsible for this and how may the problem be minimised?
Why, when treating certain malignant tumours, is it important to be aware of the lymphatic drainage of the affected organ?
The infection of a cut on the thumb, for example, may lead to the appearance of red streaks on the anterior aspect of the forearm. How would you explain this?
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