New answers tagged hematology
Found the answer - the lymph capillaries. I've not researched them too in depth but from what I've read thus far, their job is to essentially pick up fluids not picked up by the blood capillaries. They have walls that allow proteins to enter but make it very hard for fluid to flow out. Wiki states that an average of 20 litres of blood gets processed each ...
From Guyton and Hall : Glass containers allow contact activation of the platelets and Factor XII with rapid development of clots.
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