Is the appendix part of the lymphatic system?

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Is the appendix part of the lymphatic system?

Lymphatic System:

The respiratory system, digestive system, cardiovascular system, urinary system, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, endocrine system, lymphatic system, nervous system, and reproduction system are the different organ systems in the human body. The lymphatic system is part of the cardiovascular system and the immune system. Primary, secondary, tertiary lymphoid organs, lymphatic vessels, and other lymphoid tissue are the main components of the lymphatic system. Lymphocytes can be found in the mucosa or mucous membrane of the appendix.

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Yes, the appendix is part of the lymphatic system and it mainly belongs to the digestive system. It is a tube connected to the cecum in the intestine....

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Functions of the Lymphatic System

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Chapter 15 / Lesson 1
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In this lesson, you will learn about the lymphatic system and the vital role it plays in keeping the cardiovascular system working. You'll discover how the lymphatic system (with its lymphatic vessels and capillaries) quietly works in the background to return leaked fluids back to the blood.


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