The lymphatic system is an interconnected system of vessels, nodes, and spaces in the body. Lymph nodes help isolate the agent responsible for sickness in the body.
Lymph nodes, lymph, and lymphatic vessels comprise the lymphatic system of the body. Lymph nodes filter lymph, a clear, sticky fluid that bathes body cells and collects waste products and debris. Lymph also carries white blood cells, which are responsible for protecting the body against viruses and bacteria and may trap cancer cells.
The lymphatic system is an extensive and interconnected system of vessels, spaces, and nodes in the body which circulates lymph, a fluid made from protein and other fluids.