lymph

Fluid found in the lymphatic vessels that drain tissues of the fluid that filters across the blood vessel walls from blood. Lymph carries lymphocytes that have entered the lymph nodes from the blood.

lymph

[n] - a thin coagulable fluid (similar to plasma but) containing white blood cells (lymphocytes) and chyle
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Lymph

a straw coloured fluid which circulates many tissues of the body and serves to lubricate and cleanse them.
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Lymph

Plasma, minus plasma proteins, is exuded (pushed) through the capillary walls by the blood pressure and bathes the tissues as 'tissue fluid', which is drained into the lymphatic system, where white cells known as lymphocytes are added by the lymph glands that occur throughout the system. The fluid is now known as lymph. It is returned to the circul...
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Lymph

(lymphatic fluid) A body fluid which circulates in the lymphatic system. Carries fluid and waste products away from the body tissues.
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Lymph

a milky fluid containing white blood cells, proteins, and fats; plays an important role in absorbing fats from the intestine and in the functioning of the immune system
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Lymph

The almost colourless fluid, which bathes the tissues, and supplies nutrients to tissue cells
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Lymph

Pertaining to the lymph system or lymph tissue, the 'back alley' of blood circulation.
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Lymph

Fluid that flows in the lymphatic channels.
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Lymph

Lymph: An almost colorless fluid that travels through vessels called lymphatics in the lymphatic system and carries cells that help fight infection and disease.Common Misspellings: lymphs
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Lymph

Lymph noun [ Latin lympha : confer French lymphe .] 1. A spring of water; hence, water, or a pure, transparent liquid like water. « A fountain bubbled up, whose lymph serene Nothing of earthly mixture might distain.» Trench. 2. (Anat.) ...
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Lymph

Lymph noun (Physiol. Chem.) A fluid containing certain products resulting from the growth of specific micro├Ârganisms upon some culture medium, and supposed to be possessed of curative properties.
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lymph

<physiology> The almost colourless fluid that bathes body tissues and is found in the lymphatic vessels that drain the tissues of the fluid that filters across the blood vessel walls from blood. Lymph carries lymphocytes that have entered the lymph nodes from the blood. ... (12 May 1997) ...
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lymph

noun a thin coagulable fluid (similar to plasma but) containing white blood cells (lymphocytes) and chyle; is conveyed to the blood stream by lymphatic vessels
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lymph

(limf) a transparent, usually slightly yellow, often opalescent liquid found within the lymphatic vessels, collected from tissues in all parts of the body and returned to the blood via the lymphatic system. It is about 95 per cent water; the remainder consists of plasma proteins and other chemical substances contained in the ...
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Lymph

• (n.) A fibrinous material exuded from the blood vessels in inflammation. In the process of healing it is either absorbed, or is converted into connective tissue binding the inflamed surfaces together. • (n.) A spring of water; hence, water, or a pure, transparent liquid like water. • (n.) An alkaline colorless fluid, contained in t...
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lymph

pale fluid that bathes the tissues of an organism, maintaining fluid balance, and removes bacteria from tissues; it enters the blood system by way ... [4 related articles]
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lymph

lymph 1. A thin coagulable fluid, similar to plasma, but containing white blood cells (lymphocytes) and chyle. It is conveyed to the blood stream by lymphatic vessels and it can transport bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells. 2. The almost colorless fluid that bathes body tissues and is found in the lymphatic vessels that drain the tissues of the ...
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lymph

Type: Term Pronunciation: limf Definitions: 1. A clear, transparent, sometimes faintly yellow and slightly opalescent fluid that is collected from the tissues throughout the body, flows in the lymphatic vessels (through the lymph nodes), and is eventually added to the venous blood circulation. Lymph consists of a clear liquid portion, varying numbe...
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lymph

A milky (usually yellowish-white, but sometimes colorless) fluid similar in composition to blood plasma; it contains lymphocytes (about 8,000 per cubic millimeter), proteins, and fats. Lymph is derived from blood plasma as fluids pass through capillary walls at the arterial end. As the interstitial ...
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lymph

Fluid found in the lymphatic system of vertebrates. Lymph is drained from the tissues by lymph capillaries, which empty into larger lymph vessels (lymphatics). These lead to lymph nodes (small, round bodies chiefly situated in the neck, armpit, groin, thorax, and abdomen), which process the lymphocyt...
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Lymph

Lymph is a clear to yellowish watery fluid which is found throughout the body. It circulates through body tissues picking up fats, bacteria, and other unwanted materials, filtering these substances out through the lymphatic system. Fluid retention or edema happens when lymph cannot circulate to pull these fluids out.
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LYMPH

Generally clear fluid drained from tissues, that circulates within the lymphatic vessels and contains fats, proteins, and specialized cells (lymphocytes).
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lymph

Latin lympha - clear spring water.
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Lymph

A body fluid that contains the white blood cells that fight infection. See lymphatic system.
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