axillary lymph nodes

(redirected from pectoral glands)

ax·il·lar·y lymph nodes

[TA]
numerous nodes around the axillary veins that receive the lymphatic drainage from the upper limb, scapular region,and pectoral region (including mammary gland); they drain into the subclavian trunk.

ax·il·lar·y lymph nodes

(ak'si-lār-rē limf nōdz) [TA]
Numerous nodes around the axillary veins that receive the lymphatic drainage from the upper limb, scapular region, and pectoral region (including mammary glands); they drain into the subclavian trunk.