aggregated lymphatic follicles

ag·gre·gat·ed lymphatic follicles

(ăg′rĭ-gā′tĭd)
pl.n.
Collections of many lymphoid follicles closely packed together, forming oblong elevations on the mucous membrane of the small intestine. Also called aggregate glands, agminate glands, Peyer's patches.
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Number, Distribution and Size of Solitary and Aggregated Lymphatic Follicles in the Small Intestine of Calves, with Reference to their Surface Structure.

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