inguinal lymphatic plexus(redirected from plexus lymphaticus inguinalis)
in·gui·nal lymphatic plex·us
a lymphatic plexus formed of 10-15 lymph nodes with their connecting vessels lying superficially near the termination of the great saphenous vein and more deeply along the femoral artery and vein. See: superficial inguinal lymph nodes.
Synonym(s): plexus lymphaticus inguinalis