lymphotome

lymphotome

(lĭm′fō-tōm) [″ + Gr. tome, incision]
An instrument for removing glandular growths from tonsils and adenoids.
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The face is divided into two parts: the upper and outer lymphotome and the middle lymphotome.
The dividing line between the two facial lymphotomes is a network of vessels known as the watershed or anastomosis.
In the skin, these areas are termed lymphotomes (1,3).