A mixed angioma in which lymph vessels and blood vessels are involved.
Inflammation of a lymphatic vessel or vessels. Acute lymphangitis may result from spread of bacterial infection (most commonly beta-hemolytic streptococci) into the lymphatics, manifested by painful subcutaneous red streaks along the course of the vessels.
anulus lymphaticus cardiae
A cardiac lymphatic ring which is a chain of lymph nodes (paracardial lymph nodes) around the cardiac opening of the stomach.
coniolymphstasis (s) (noun)
, coniolymphstases (pl)
The obstruction of the lymphatics of the lungs resulting from inhaling or breathing in dust: Coniolymphstasis
results when the small, thin channels, similar to blood vessels, collect and carry fine fragments into the tissue fluid (called lymph) and are blocked as a result of dirt particles.
Additional medical information indicates that coniolymphstasis is caused by the stagnation, retardation, or cessation of the lymphs (tissue fluids) which results in the deceleration of the normally circulating fluids.
A premalignant lymphoma in which the lymph nodes show enlarged follicles composed predominantly of closely packed, large reticuloendothelial cells.
1. A thin coagulable fluid, similar to plasma, but containing white blood cells (lymphocytes) and chyle.
It is conveyed to the blood stream by lymphatic vessels and it can transport bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells.
2. The almost colorless fluid that bathes body tissues and is found in the lymphatic vessels that drain the tissues of the fluid that filters across the blood vessel walls from blood.
Lymph carries lymphocytes that have entered the lymph nodes from the blood.
Inflammation of a lymph node or lymph nodes.
Relating to, or resembling, or derived from a lymph node.
An enlarged lymph node.
Any disease process affecting a lymph node or lymph nodes.
An agent that increases the formation and flow of lymph.
Excision or surgery on a lymphatic vessel or channel.
Inflammation of lymph vessels.