axillary plexus

axillary lymphatic plexus

a lymphatic plexus formed of the lymph nodes, with their afferent and efferent vessels, in the axilla.

axillary plexus

An obsolete term for a lymphatic plexus seen in the axillary region.
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results of axillary plexus block are shown in Table 2.
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