submandibular lymph nodes


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sub·man·dib·u·lar lymph nodes

[TA]
four or five nodes that lie in relationship to the mandible and the submandibular gland; they receive vessels from the face below the eye and from the tongue and drain into the superior deep cervical nodes, particularly the jugulodigastric node; these nodes are part of the pericervical collar of lymph nodes that initially receive drainage from the head.

sub·man·dib·u·lar lymph nodes

(sŭbman-dibyū-lăr limf nōdz) [TA]
Four or five lymph nodes that lie in relationship to mandible and submandibular gland.
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The submandibular lymph nodes lie on the surface of the submandibular gland as well as within the gland.
In addition, all group A and most of group B animals displayed swollen submandibular lymph nodes, suggesting that all animals ingested the bacteria.
Since the outbreak was consistent with oropharyngeal tularemia, submandibular lymph nodes of group B animals were also analyzed.
The jugular-digastric and the submandibular lymph nodes were the two most common enlarged nodes in 76% of children.
Juvenile cellulitis also called juvenile pyoderma, juvenile sterile granulomatous dermatitis and lymphadenitis or puppy strangles is an uncommon granulomatous and pustular disorder of face, pinnae and submandibular lymph nodes, most commonly seen in puppies less than four months of age (Scott et al.
Juvenile cellulitis is a sterile dermatitis affecting the face, pinnae and submandibular lymph nodes and seen typically in puppies of 3 weeks upto 8 months of age.
2x3cm below the left pinna extending to the parotid region (parotid gland is spared) involving the skin & the subcutaneous tissue with submandibular lymph nodes (fig 2).