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Lymph follicle

Lymph follicle
lymphatic follicle, one of the spherical masses of lymphoid cells, frequently having a more lightly staining centre.
See: solitary lymphatic follicles, Peyer’s patches.
Synonym: folliculus lymphaticus, lymph nodule, nodulus lymphaticus.


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