What Is The Function Of Spleen In The Body?

The spleen is the largest organ of the lymphatic system. It keeps all the body fluids balanced. It is made up of a red pulp tissue that filters the old and damaged red blood cells, whereas, the white pulp tissue that consists of the B and T cells that help to fight infections.

Functions

The functions of the spleen are listed below

  • The important function of the spleen is to filter the blood.
  • The spleen recycles the old and damaged red blood cells and the white blood cells are stored.
  • It also helps to fight against bacteria that cause diseases such as meningitis and pneumonia.

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