paracortex

(redirected from deep cortex)

par·a·cor·tex

(par'ă-kōr'teks),
The area of a lymph node between the subcapsular cortex and the medullary cords; it consists mostly of long-lived lymphocytes (T cells) derived from the thymus.

paracortex

[-kôr′teks]
the thymus-dependent area of a lymph node between the subscapular cortex and the medullary cord.

paracortex

the thymus-dependent part of the lymph node.