lumbar lymph nodes

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lum·bar lymph nodes

the parietal lymph nodes located anterior to the lumbar vertebrae, surrounding the inferior vena cava and abdominal aorta; because of the laterality of their afferent and efferent vessels, reference is most commonly made to the component groups: right lumbar lymph nodes, intermediate lumbar lymph nodes, and left lumbar lymph nodes.
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These include the intestinal and lumbar trunks, large 'pools' of lumbar lymph nodes and common iliac lymph nodes, the sacral nodes, external iliac lymph nodes and inguinal nodes (4).