Kelly P.

asked • 02/24/17

David is stung by a bee on his arm. What can the lymphatic system do to remove the venom from the stinger?

David is stung by a bee on his arm. What can the lymphatic system do to remove the venom from the stinger? 

a. Lymph trunks can redirect the venom to the lymph nodes.
b. Lymph nodes near the sting site can remove the venom.
c. Blood vessels can remove the venom and send it to the lymphatics.
d. Lymph can move to the sting site and drain the venom.

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