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Lymphatic Drainage

Lymph Nodes

A lymph node or lymph gland belongs to the lymphatic system and is an oval shaped or kidney-shaped organ, and it also belongs to the adaptive immune system, which are widely present all over the body. Lymphatic vessels connect them as a part of the circulatory system.

Lymphatic Drainage of the Pelvis

This article explains lymphatic drainage of pelvis; it includes major regions like pelvis, perineum and genitals. Pelvic viscera Lymphatics from majority of pelvic viscera primarily empty within lymph nodes scattered nearby: Internal iliac arteries External iliac arteries Branches related to them. These then drain into nodes connected

Intercostal Lymph Vessels and Lymph Nodes

Lymph Vessels Anterior intercostal/internal mammary lymph nodes is where the lymph vessels from the anterior parts of the spaces drain into. The bronchomediastinal trunk is created when tracheobronchial and brachiocephalic nodes gets united with those of coming away from these nodes, which then drains into subclavian trunk

Lymphatic Drainage of Lungs

As the lung cancer spreads by the lymphatic path, the lymphatic drainage of the lung is medically essential. The lymph from the lung is emptied by 2 sets of lymph vessels:. A. Superficial vessels. B. Deep vessels. Superficial Lymph Vessels. The peripheral lung tissue being located below

Lymphatic Drainage of The Lower Limb

The inflammatory lesions of limb cause painful enlargement of the lymph nodes meanwhile blockage  of lymphatics by microfilaral parasites makes huge edema of the lower limb, that is the reason why the understanding of lymphatic drainage system has great clinical importance. Inguinal lymph nodes is the place

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