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Right Lymphatic Duct 

    The Right Lymphatic Duct is a 1 – 1.5cm long trunk formed by the combination of the right jugular, supra-clavicular, subclavian and parasternal trunks. It connects into the blood circulatory system at the right venous angle where the right subclavian vein and right internal jugular vein join.

    1/4 of the lymph fluid passing through the body daily returns to the blood circulation via the right lymphatic duct.