If we removed spleen from the body,what happens?is there any
disturbance to immune system?




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If we removed spleen from the body,what happens?is there any disturbance to immune system?..

Answer / janaki

it is a secondary lymphoid organ.degradation of RBC occurs
in spleen only. Blood born antigens can not be removed
from the body.

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If we removed spleen from the body,what happens?is there any disturbance to immune system?..

Answer / thulasi

if you remove spleen from your body , there will be no site
to degrade hemoglobin ,and in some cases if bone marrow is
not working spleen may take over the function of bone
marrow.so if it is removed there will be definite loss of
immune functions.

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If we removed spleen from the body,what happens?is there any disturbance to immune system?..

Answer / ansupa

if speen is being removed then there will be no site for
production of WBC (White blood cells).

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