lymphotrophy

lym·phot·ro·phy

(lim-fot'rō-fē),
Nourishment of the tissues by lymph in parts devoid of blood vessels.
[lympho- + G. trophē, nourishment]

lymphotrophy

[limfot′rəfē]
the nourishment of cells by lymph, particularly in areas lacking adequate blood vessels. This term is not in common usage.

lymphotrophy

(lim-fo′trō-fē) [ lymph- + -trophy]
Lymph nourishment of cells in regions devoid of blood vessels.