According to my professor, lymph has the ability to clot because it contains plasma which has dissolved fibrinogen. He says that as long fibrinogen is present in a bodily fluid, it should be able to clot.
I always thought lymph would not be able to clot as it lacks the thrombocytes to initiate the coagulation pathway. Without thrombocytes the Stuart–Prower Factor would never be released into the lymph stream, and hence the coagulation cascade never occurs.
So does lymph have the ability to clot, and what would be the mechanism for the clotting of lymph?