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Lymphactic Circulatory System - immune system.

Blood Circulatory System - provides nutrition to the body.

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no, its 2 different systems.


Although lymph does circulate, the lymphatic system is separate from the circulatory system.


Yes one of the jobs of the lymphatic system is to gather up the fluid that leaks out of the circulatory system and reintroduce it back.


@the lymphatic system is its own system but uses the circulatory pathways.



The Lymphatic system acts as "insurance" for the circulatory system.


Cardiovascular & Lymphatic


The lymphatic system is a component of the circulatory system at the tissue level.


The fluids of the lymph system are carried into the circulatory system because they contain plasma proteins. The vessels of the lymphatic system provide a way for interstitial fluid to move through the circulatory system.


No, it is part of the lymphatic system.


DID_YOU_KNOW_THAT?">DID YOU KNOW THAT?THE_JOB_OF_THE_LYMPHATIC_SYSTEM_IS_TO_COLLECT_LYMPH_FROM_THE_BODY_TISSUES_AND_RETURN_IT_TO_THE_BLOOD">THE JOB OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM IS TO COLLECT LYMPH FROM THE BODY TISSUES AND RETURN IT TO THE BLOODTHE LYMPATHIC IS ALSO A PART OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM


The lymphatic system works closely with the digestive system and the circulatory system. These systems cannot work without the help of the lymphatic system.


The circulatory system comprises the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. The cardiovascular system circulates blood, and the lymphatic system circulates lymph.


Lymphatic system: Helps remove infectionCirculatory system: Removes unwanted material, such as defective red blood cells (RBC's)


They belong in the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is often paired up with the cardiovascular system and then they are both referred to as the circulatory system.


The circulatory system is comprised of the cardiovascular system and the lymphatic system. It is the lymphatic system and its network of lymphatic capillaries, lymph nodes, thymus gland. and the spleen that make up our immune system. It protects the body from pathogens; bacteria, viruses, and fungi.


What is the difference between Circulatory System and Lymphatic System?• The lymphatic system is essentially a part of the circulatory system. Hence, it shares with the circulatory system the function of carrying fluid and dissolved material from one plays to another.• However, the lymphatic system lacks blood and the two types of vessels: veins and arteries, through which they are carried.• The fluids of the circulatory system move through the heart, arteries, capillaries, veins and lungs, but lymph just flows through lymphatic vessels.• The conductive mediums of the circulatory system consist of plasma erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets. But lymph only consists of lymphocytes, which help create the immune response.• The conductive mediums of the circulatory system are responsible for the transport of respiratory gasses throughout the body. Since the respiratory pigments are missing form lymph, it cannot contribute to this.• The circulatory system carries digested food material and wastes from cells to and from organs, but the lymphatic system only carry digested fats.• The leukocytes in blood pose a defense against the invading foreign bodies and toxins, but it is the lymphocytes of the lymphatic system, which help, build immunity.• The lymphatic system, hence, is not only well-connected part of the circulatory system, but also an essential part of it.


It is easiest to think of the lymphatic system as being, in many ways, analogous to the circulatory system. Both are extensive networks of tubes that go virtually everywhere in the body. But where the circulatory system moves blood around the body, the lymphatic system moves a clear liquid known as lymphthroughout the body.


The lymphatic system is composed of lymphatic vessels, which are tubes that assist the cardiovascular system in the removal of tissue fluid, also known as lymph, from the tissue spaces of the body. The vessels then return fluid to the blood within the circulatory system.The circulatory system is composed of arteries, veins, and capillaries. This system allows the lymph to travel to lymph nodes where it is filtered of bacteria and other foreign particles. in general, the cardiovascular system and lymphatic system make up the circulatory system.


No it is part of the lymphatic system which is intertwined with the circulatory system. The circulatory system only comprises the blood, vessels, arteries, capilaries, and heart


Lymphatic vessels return tissue fluid from interstitial spaces to the circulatory system. Lymphatic vessels are made of thin walls with valves and they carry lymph around the lymphatic system.


the circulatory system and the lymphatic system


The Cardiovascular system and the lymphatic system .



The lymphatic system is often referred to as a secondary circulatory system as it consists of a network ofvessels that assist the blood in returningfluid from the tissues back to the hert. In this way, the lymphatic system is a complementary system for the circulatory system. After draining the tissues of excess fluid, the lymphatic system returns this fluid to the cardiovascular system. This helps to maintain blood volume, blood pressure and prevent oedema. Hematoma



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