The lymphatic system is a system of organs, lymph hubs, lymph channels, and lymph vessels that make and move lymph from tissues to the circulatory system. The lymph framework is a noteworthy piece of the body's resistant system. Lymph hubs make insusceptible cells that help the body battle disease. They additionally channel the lymph liquid and evacuate remote material, for example, microorganisms and growth cells.
Lymph acts as a "middle man" which transports oxygen, food materials, hormones, etc., to the body cells and brings carbon dioxide and other metabolic wastes, from the body cells to blood and then finally pours the same into the venous system.
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