jugulodigastric lymph node

jug·u·lo·di·gas·tric lymph node

[TA]
a prominent lymph node in the deep lateral cervical group lying below the digastric muscle and anterior to the internal jugular vein; it receives lymphatic drainage from the pharynx, palatine tonsil, and tongue.

jug·u·lo·di·gas·tric lymph node

(jŭg'yū-lō-dī-gas'trik limf nōd) [TA]
A prominent lymph node in the deep lateral cervical group lying below the digastric muscle and anterior to the internal jugular vein; it receives lymphatic drainage from the pharynx, palatine tonsil, and tongue.
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The jugulodigastric lymph node is located in the same area as a typical second branchial cleft cyst.
Enlargement of Jugulodigastric lymph nodes was highest in both benign and malignant conditions with the percentage of 51.
Examination revealed the presence of a large, smooth swelling in the left tonsil and jugulodigastric lymph nodes bilaterally.
A computed tomographic scan revealed a deviated nasal septum, bilateral enlarged jugulodigastric lymph nodes, mild irregularity of the free margin of the right vocal cord, mucosal thickening in the subglottic larynx (Figure 1), and calcifications in the proximal trachea.
The most common group of lymph nodes affected in our study was that of the upper deep jugular and jugulodigastric lymph nodes followed by posterior triangle group.
A superficial parotidectomy was performed along with removal of several adjacent superior jugulodigastric lymph nodes.