The Lymphatic System

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The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System drains lymph from the tissues into the blood. White blood cells then eliminate all of the diseases in the lymph.

The Lymphatic System

The Lymph Node filters the Lymph and removes any germs or cells in the Lymph Node. Helpful to the body's immune system!

Lymph: Tissue fluid drained from the lymphatic system that contains bacteria and debris that moves away from the tissues.

The Lymph Node is composed up of white blood cells and fibers!

Did you know?The spleen is an important part of the Lymphatic System as a filter for the blood.

Lymph is carried throughout the body from the lymph capillaries through the lymphatic ducts that meet up at the lymphatic trunks.

The Tonsils are an important part of the Lymphatic System as they intercept any pathogens that attempts to enter the mouth!

Did you know?Out of the 50 pints of fluid that leave the capillaries to pass back into the blood stream; 8 pints are lymph.


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