lymphotome

lymphotome

(lĭm′fō-tōm) [″ + Gr. tome, incision]
An instrument for removing glandular growths from tonsils and adenoids.
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The face is divided into two parts: the upper and outer lymphotome and the middle lymphotome.
But altering the flow with specific massage techniques opens the anastomoses and allows the lymph to traverse from one lymphotome to the other, thereby promoting lymph drainage.
In the skin, these areas are termed lymphotomes (1,3).