How does lymph move through the lymphatic system?
Lymph slowly accumulates in lyphatic vessels from blind lymphatic capillaries.
Lymph ultimately drains in subclavian veins of either side. There are two major drainage vessels: right lymphatic duct and left thoracic duct for slowly but continuously drain the lymph in venous system.
Thoracic duct drains 75% of lymph in left subclavian vein.