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Lymph Capillaries

Summary Information: Lymph Capillaries

Lymph Capillaries: Lymph capillaries are tiny tube-like structures that drain lymph fluid from within tissues. Lymph flows from tissues, into lymph capillaries and then into lymphatics and lymph nodes.

Closely Related Organs: Lymph Capillaries

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