THE FINE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF TISSUE CHANNELS AND LYMPHATICS
- JR Casley-Smith
The fine structures of the tissue channels and the lymphatics are described. The two systems form part of the whole blood vascular-tissue channel-lymphatic complex. The fine functioning of this is very dependant on the structures of its individual components. In brief, the tissue-lymphatic system is a leaky swamp through which material flows due to the vagiaries of adjacent pressure changes. It enters the lymphatics via holes in their walls; it is retained in them when the holes are closed.
How to Cite:
Casley-Smith, J., (1980) “THE FINE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF TISSUE CHANNELS AND LYMPHATICS”, Lymphology 13(4), 177-183.