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Lymph nodes

Lymph nodes definition Lymph nodes are small, bean-shaped organs located in different parts of the body and act as... Read More

Sinoatrial node

sinoatrial node (Science: anatomy, cardiology, physiology) The impulse generating (pacemaker) tissue located in the right... Read More

Bronchopulmonary lymph node

Definition noun, plural: bronchopulmonary lymph nodes Any of the many lymph nodes located in the hilum of each lung, and... Read More

Signal node

signal node A firm supraclavicular lymph node, especially on the left side, sufficiently enlarged that it is palpable from... Read More

Subdigastric node

subdigastric node --> jugulodigastric lymph node A prominent lymph node in the deep lateral cervical group lying below the... Read More

Branch to sinuatrial node

Branch to sinuatrial node --> artery to the sinuatrial node ascending atrial branch, usually (55%) arising from the anterior... Read More

Troisiers node

Troisier's node --> Troisier's ganglion Historic term for a lymph node immediately above the clavicle, especially on the... Read More

Noninvasive Test Accurately Identifies Benign vs. Malignant Pelvic Lymph Nodes in Women with Gynecologic Malignancies

Diffusion weighted MR can accurately identify benign from malignant pelvic lymph nodes in patients with gynecologic... Read More

Artery to the sinuatrial node

Artery to the sinuatrial node ascending atrial branch, usually (55%) arising from the anterior stem of the right coronary... Read More

Jugulo-omohyoid node

Jugulo-omohyoid node --> jugulo-omohyoid lymph node a lymph node of the lateral deep cervical group that lies above the... Read More

Branch to atrioventricular node

Branch to atrioventricular node --> artery to atrioventricular node The atrioventricular branches or the nodal branches, the... Read More

Buccal node

Buccal node --> buccal lymph node One of the chain of facial lymph nodes located superficial to the buccinator... Read More

Buccal lymph node

Buccal lymph node One of the chain of facial lymph nodes located superficial to the buccinator muscle. Synonym: nodus... Read More

Tuberculosis lymph node

Definition noun Tuberculosis of the lymph nodes. Supplement The primary site of tuberculosis is the lungs. However,... Read More

Sinus node

sinus node --> sinuatrial node sinoatrial... Read More

Lymph node tubercolosis

Definition noun Tuberculosis that develops in the lymph nodes. Supplement The primary site of tuberculosis is the lungs.... Read More

Hilar lymph node

Definition noun, plural: hilar lymph nodes Any of the lymph nodes in the hilum or the triangular depression or indented... Read More

Flacks node

Flacks node --> sinuatrial node sinoatrial... Read More

Hilum of lymph node

Hilum of lymph node The depressed area of the surface of a lymph node through which the efferent lymphatics emerge from the... Read More

Keith and flack node

Keith and flack node --> sinuatrial node sinoatrial... Read More

Lymph node

Lymph node (Science: anatomy) small bean-shaped organ made up of a loose meshwork of reticular tissue in which are enmeshed... Read More

Nodes

node, sa sinoatrial node. The pacemaker of the heart, located in the right atrium (upper chamber of the heart). The... Read More

A-v node

A-v node --> atrioventricular node (Science: cardiology) The location in the hearts conduction system, between the atria and... Read More

Vital node

vital node --> noeud vital A circumscript region in the lower part of the medulla oblongata, near the apex of the calamus... Read More

Primitive node

primitive node A local thickening of the blastoderm at the cephalic end of the primitive streak of the embryo. Synonym:... Read More

Lymph node of azygos arch

Lymph node of azygos arch a lymph node of the posterior mediastinal group located adjacent to the arch of the azygos... Read More

Malaria Parasites Develop In Lymph Nodes

    The path of Plasmodium sporozoites through the dermis (tissue containing the lymph... Read More

Node

node A point in a plant stem at which one or more leaves are attached. The source of lymph and... Read More

Atrioventricular node

Atrioventricular node (Science: cardiology) The location in the hearts conduction system, between the atria and the... Read More

Eggshell lymph node calcification

node calcification (Science: radiology) silicosis, sarcoid, treated Hodgkin's... Read More

Lymph node excision

Lymph node excision surgical excision of one or more lymph nodes. Its most common use is in cancer... Read More

Immune response after experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in rats subjected to calorie restriction

Figure 1 shows final body weight (upper panel) and the evolution of the clinical scores of EAE in control and calorie... Read More

Gene Family Found to Play Key Role in Early Stages of Development

Scientists have identified a gene family that plays a key role in one of the earliest stages of development in which an... Read More

Lymphatic vessel

Definition noun, plural: lymphatic vessels (anatomy) A vessel that carries lymph and is responsible for the removal of... Read More

Lymph

Definition noun The clear, slightly alkaline, bodily fluid bathing body tissues containing mostly of white blood cells, and... Read More

Circulation

Blood Blood is composed of a liquid, plasma, and blood cells such as erythrocytes (red blood cells,) leukocytes (white... Read More

Subscapular group of axillary lymph nodes

subscapular group of axillary lymph nodes Node's of the axillary region located along the subscapular vein and its... Read More

The ultimate spa: embryonic body wash controls left-right development

La Jolla, Calif.- Humans and other animals may appear to be symmetrical on the outside, but symmetry is only skin deep.... Read More

Troisiers ganglion

Troisier's ganglion Historic term for a lymph node immediately above the clavicle, especially on the left side, that is... Read More