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We are proud to present our 0714 spleen medical images for powerpoint. This medical image is crafted with internal structure of spleen. Spleen is an organ found in virtually all vertebrates. Similar in structure to a large lymph node, it acts primarily as a blood filter. Explain the details of spleens working methods inside the vertebrates with the help of this image. Make a presentation for immune system with this professional image.

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The image illustrates a cross-sectional view of the spleen with its internal structure labeled. The spleen is a part of the lymphatic system and plays a role in both blood filtration and immune system function. The key areas labeled include the capsule, trabecula, vascular sinusoid, red pulp, vein, artery, white pulp composed of primary follicle, marginal zone, periarteriolar lymphoid sheath (PALS), and germinal center.

1. The capsule is the outermost layer that encases the spleen, providing protection and structural support. 

2. Trabeculae are extensions of the capsule that branch into the organ, creating a framework for blood vessels and cells.

3. Vascular sinusoids are the channels through which blood flows and are critical for filtering of blood cells. 

4. The red pulp primarily functions in filtering and destroying old red blood cells and acts as a reservoir for blood. 

5. The vein and artery are the vessels responsible for the inflow and outflow of blood to and from the spleen. 

6. The white pulp comprises lymphoid tissue involved in producing and maturing lymphocytes, which are a type of white blood cell. It includes structures like the primary follicle before antigen exposure, the marginal zone that filters antigens from the bloodstream, the periarteriolar lymphoid sheath (PALS) surrounding the splenic arterioles.

7. Finally, the germinal center where B-cell proliferation occurs.

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This detailed image could be utilized across a number of industries for education, training, or information-sharing purposes.

1. Education:

Use: Teaching students about the anatomy and function of the spleen

Presenter: Biology Professor

Audience: Medical and healthcare students

2. Healthcare:

Use: Training healthcare professionals on spleen-related health issues

Presenter: Medical Trainer

Audience: Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers

3. Pharmaceutical:

Use: Presenting research and development findings related to drugs affecting the spleen

Presenter: R&D Scientist

Audience: Pharmacologists and healthcare providers

4. Biotechnology:

Use: Discussing advancements in biotechnological applications involving the spleen

Presenter: Biotech Researcher

Audience: Biotechnology professionals

5. Medical Publishing:

Use: Illustrating textbooks or informational booklets on human anatomy

Presenter: Medical Author or Editor

Audience: Readers and learners in the medical field

6. Medical Devices:

Use: Demonstrating how certain medical devices interact with or support spleen function

Presenter: Product Developer

Audience: Investors, healthcare professionals, and regulatory bodies

7. Health Insurance:

Use: Educating about diseases and conditions of the spleen for policy development

Presenter: Health Insurance Educator

Audience: Insurance agents and policy makers

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