With this webinar, our MCAT webinars have officially covered all the biological systems on the test! The lymphatic system may seem low yield but is heavily tethered to other systems like the circulatory and the immune. The spleen and our lymph nodes are part of this system. The circulatory system drains into the lymphatic. Also remember fat digestion? Yes, that requires the lymphatic system, too, via the lacteals. So join us for this last hurrah for systems and see how this one little system connects to the major ones.
At a glance
Connect lymphatic system with the 3 larger systems
Don’t make careless mistakes here when lymphatic system questions can be easy points!
The flow of fluid from circulatory system to lymphatic system
Path of fat digestion
On the MCAT
The lymphatic system is low yield but is usually completely recall. This means that you don’t want to mix up spleen and thymus, or thoracic duct with right lymphatic duct. Use this system as a way to review others, but also double down on the memorization that is straightforward.
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