The lymphatic system is used for Cleansing the cellular environment, Returning proteins and tissue fluids to the blood, Providing a pathway for the absorption of fats into the bloodstream and Defending the body against disease, this system consists of lymph (or interstitial fluid), lymph vessels, lymph nodes, lymph organs, Monocytes and lymphocytes pass from the bloodstream through the blood capillary walls into the spaces between the cells in the body. When they pass into this lymph or interstitial fluid that surrounds cells, they perform their protective functions. Monocytes change into macrophages, destroy pathogens, and collect debris from damaged cells, Once monocytes and lymphocytes pass into the lymphatic capillaries, the fluid is termed lymph or lymphatic fluid.
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Last date updated on September, 2014