jugulodigastric lymph node

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jug·u·lo·di·gas·tric lymph node

[TA]
a prominent lymph node in the deep lateral cervical group lying below the digastric muscle and anterior to the internal jugular vein; it receives lymphatic drainage from the pharynx, palatine tonsil, and tongue.

jug·u·lo·di·gas·tric lymph node

(jŭg'yū-lō-dī-gas'trik limf nōd) [TA]
A prominent lymph node in the deep lateral cervical group lying below the digastric muscle and anterior to the internal jugular vein; it receives lymphatic drainage from the pharynx, palatine tonsil, and tongue.
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A common sequence would be to start in the submental region, working back to the submandibular nodes then further back to the jugulodigastric node.
As a result, a second branchial cleft cyst can be mistaken for an enlarged suppurative, reactive, or tumor-infiltrated jugulodigastric node.
Jugulodigastric node was most commonly affected and found in 15 cases (15%).