Blood and Lymph Systems: Anatomical Terms; Lymph Structures
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fluid originating in the organs and tissues of the body that is circulated through the lymph vessels
microscopic vessels that draw lymph from the tissues to the lymph vessels
vessels that receive lymph from the lymph capillaries and circulate it to the lymph nodes
specialized lymph vessels in the small intestine that absorb fat into the bloodstream
a white or pale yellow substance of the lymph that contains fatty substances absorbed by the lacteals
many small oval structures that filter the lymph received from the lymph vessels
collecting channels that carry lymph from the lymph nodes to the veins
right lymphatic duct
receives lymph from the upper-right part of the body
receives lymph from the left side of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, left arm, and lower extremities
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