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Toggle ItemLymph 4XA: Lymphatic nodules or follicles have a dark staining cortex and a light staining medulla where the actively dividing B-lymphocytes are located
B: Cortex of the lymph node contains the lymph nodules
C: Medulla of the lymph node contains the medullary cords;extensions of dense lymphatic tissue, and medullary sinuses which contains lymph, lymphocytes, macrophages, and granulocytes.
Toggle ItemLymph 20XA: Lymph Nodule
B: Germinal center is the light staining center portion of the lymph nodule. The actively dividing B cells are found here
C: Mantle zone or just mantle is a dark staining ring around the germinal center where memory cells are usually located
D: Collagenous capsule that surrounds the entire lymph node. DCCTRA
Toggle ItemLymph 40XA: Germinal Center
B: Mantle Zone
Toggle ItemLymph 40X-2A: Medullary cords are branched extensions of dense lymphatic tissue so they stain darkly and contain B-lymphocytes
B: Medullary sinuses contain lymph, lymphocytes, macrophages and granulocytes and they function to drain the lymph.