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And studies have found endometrial lesions in such distant sites as the lung and the brain, suggesting the blood or lymph system may serve as a transporter.
Researchers also believe that the interstitium drains into the lymphatic system and acts as a source of lymph, a fluid that moves through the lymphatic system and removes bacteria from tissues.
Interstitial fluid is the source of lymph, which dispatches white blood cells, the body's immune system infection fighters, to wherever they're needed.
But an average jade roller may not be able to get into the nooks and crannies of your lymph nodes the same way an expert facialist’s fingers might.
That’s why he was scheduled for a lymph-node biopsy.
Lymphedema involves occasional dramatic swelling as the lymph fluid builds up with nowhere to go; for Linda, this happens in her left arm and hand.
Lymphedema involves occasional dramatic swelling as the lymph fluid builds up with nowhere to go
The idea is that light pressure releases fascial and muscular tension and moves sluggish lymph fluid.
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Origin and Etymology of lymph-
LYMPH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lymph for English Language Learners
medical : a pale fluid that contains white blood cells and that passes through channels in the body and helps to keep bodily tissues healthy
LYMPH Defined for Kids
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