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Lymphatic Drainage of Abdominopelvic Organs: Conclusion

by James Pickering, PhD
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    00:00 We looked at the various components of the lymphatic system, the plexuses vessels, and nodes briefly at the beginning. And then we had a general overview of these intestinal lymphatic trunks and the lumbar trunks.

    00:15 We talked about them cover [inaudible 0:23:22.960 ] into form the cisternal chyli and then passing up through the diaphragm is the thoracic duct.

    00:27 Thoracic duct then passing into the venous system at the juction of the left jugular vein and the left subclavian vein.

    00:36 We talked about drainage of individual organs.

    00:39 So we have mentioned the coeliac, superior mesenteric, inferior mesenteric similar to the arterial distribution. And we spoke about the inguinal, superficial or deep iliac, common, external, internal and lumbar lymph nodes.


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