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Lymph nodes are glands present throughout the body. They are bean shaped and carry lymph fluid, nutrients and waste material between the circulatory system and body tissues. They are an important part of the immune system. Each group of lymph nodes corresponds to a particular region of the body and reflects abnormalities of that region.
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Lymph nodes are glands present throughout the body. They are bean-shaped and carry [[lymph fluid|lymph fluid]], nutrients and waste material between the circulatory system and body tissues. They are an important part of the [[immune system|immune system]]. Each group of lymph nodes corresponds to a particular region of the body and reflects abnormalities of that region.

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Lymph nodes are glands present throughout the body. They are bean-shaped and carry lymph fluid, nutrients and waste material between the circulatory system and body tissues. They are an important part of the immune system. Each group of lymph nodes corresponds to a particular region of the body and reflects abnormalities of that region.

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