Lymphatics


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lymph ves·sels

[TA]
the vessels that convey the lymph; they anastomose freely with each other.

Lymphatics

Channels that are conduits for lymph.
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The discovery of DEC in 1947 was a major breakthrough in the elimination of lymphatic filariasis.
The cisterna chyli is an important structure because it receives the lymphatic drainage from the intestinal trunk, the right and left lumbar lymphatic trunks, and small lymph vessels that descend from the lower part of the thorax.
Individuals have widespread developmental abnormality of the lymphatic system.
When we look carefully at some of the higher-magnification micrographs, at least some areas look quite similar to the lymphatic epithelium of normal lymphatics.
On the basis of lymphatic mapping under FN guidance (in vivo probing), PLND was performed, focusing on the external iliac, obturator and internal iliac regions.
We again noted the decrease in size of overall lesion as well as decrease in size of the individual lymphatic papules.
LVI could be identified in the skin lymphatics in 5 of these patients.
2) Origin of the lesion is considered to be congenital abnormality of the lymphatic system rather than a true neoplasm.
It was previously believed that intratumoral lymphatics are non-functional and peritumoral lymphatics are enough for the metastasis.
Aromatherapy is a valuable tool in the treatment of head lymphatics.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Nano-scientists developed a new method to deliver medications that may benefit thousands of patients with particular types of cancer, HIV and lymphatic conditions worldwide.
A key focus of Lebed is its assistance for the lymphatic system, which supports and enhances the function of the immune system, so essential to vital health.