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lymph vessel

A lymphatic vessel.
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Cryosections of lymph nodes and lymph vessels were analyzed by LA-ICP-MS to verify the interstitial lymph transport.
Soh, "Contrast-enhancing optical method to observe a Bonghan duct floating inside a lymph vessel of a rabbit," Lymphology, vol.
This form of compression is out of use as it promotes the collapse of lymph vessels and impairs the venous system (9).
Emil Vodder's technique for manual lymph drainage and how to massage the lymph vessels to stimulate smooth lymphatic flow.
The blue lymph vessels where identified by dissection and after identifying the lymph vessels was traced to the blue node distally and primary tumour proximally.
Cold showers contract the lymph vessels, especially when alternated with hot water, and this is what stimulates the pumping action towards achieving a strong immunity.
Lymphangiomas usually result from sequestration or obstruction of developing lymph vessels. The clinical effects with which these patients present depends on their relationship with vital structures, although most patients present with a painless lump and no other symptoms.
This is especially so with inflammatory breast cancer, an exceptionally rare and aggressive disease in which cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast.
Stage III melanoma means that cancer cells have spread into skin, lymph vessels or lymph glands close to the melanoma but not to more distant parts of the body.
This thickening is caused when cancer cells are blocking circulation in the breast (via blood or lymph vessels) or a tumor is growing near the surface of the skin.