Lymphatic system anterior view the lymphatic system is a system of specialized vessels and organs whose main function is to return the lymph from the tissues back into the bloodstream lymphatic system is considered as a part of both the circulatory and immune systems as well as a usually neglected part of students books the functions of the lymphatic system complement the bloodstream . Lymphatic system structures extend throughout most regions of the body one notable exception is the central nervous system functions of the lymphatic system the lymphatic system has 3 main functions it maintains the balance of fluid between the blood and tissues known as fluid homeostasis. The lymphatic system includes a system of lymphatic capillaries vessels nodes and ducts that collects and transports lymph which is a clear to slightly yellowish fluid similar to the plasma in blood the lymphatic system is important for maintaining your bodys fluid balance and it helps transport some fats it also works along with the . read the lymphatic system organs of the human anatomy systems of human anatomy uploaded by karl may lymph organs there are a number of organs that contain lymphatic tissue they are involved in blood filtering and the maturation of lymphocytes spleen functions mainly as a blood filter removing old red blood cells it
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