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Although against your better judgement, you squeezed an acne pustule on your face. Now you notice a clear fluid seeping from the opening. What is the role of the clear fluid?
Although against your better judgement, you squeezed an acne pustule on your face. [ Now you notice a clear fluid seeping from the opening,which is called lymph fluid. The lymph fluid circulates infection fighting white blood cells, which help you to avoid infection and sickness, as well as create antibodies so your body can respond to invaders better in the future. It also collects extra fluid
from the body and filters the waste, toxins, and excess hormones from it by sending those things to the lymph nodes to be destroyed. It s proper circulation and functioning is super important to keeping you healthy. ]
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User: Although against your better judgement, you squeezed an acne pustule on your face. Now you notice a clear fluid seeping from the opening. What is the role of the clear fluid?

Weegy: Although against your better judgement, you squeezed an acne pustule on your face. [ Now you notice a clear fluid seeping from the opening,which is called lymph fluid. The lymph fluid circulates infection fighting white blood cells, which help you to avoid infection and sickness, as well as create antibodies so your body can respond to invaders better in the future. It also collects extra fluid from the body and filters the waste, toxins, and excess hormones from it by sending those things to the lymph nodes to be destroyed. It s proper circulation and functioning is super important to keeping you healthy. ]
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User: You notice that after you sprained your ankle that the ankle become swollen, red, and hot. Why did the ankle get hot? Answer A. exudate accumulated at the site B. increased blood flow to the site C. the ankle became infected D. there was a thermal injury as well.

Weegy: C. the ankle became infected >>>>>> Inflamed tissue is swollen, red, and hot, because it is all full of blood. The blood vessels swell up and conduct lots of blood into the site of the injury. [ [ The extra blood contains the raw materials and energy needed to heal, and it also contains the white blood cells needed to prevent infection and fight off intruders. It also cleans up and washes away the garbage, dead cells, and debris. The blood comes from deep inside your body, and is warmer than the surface of your body. This is why your inflamed ankle is extra warm. ]
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