Right lymphatic duct
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The right lymphatic duct is a terminating vessel of the lymphatic system and forms from the confluence of the right jugular, right subclavian and right bronchomediastinal lymphatic trunks. It has a short 2 cm course, usually draining into the systemic venous system at the junction of the right internal jugular and subclavian veins.
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