Nodus lymphaticus

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Structura nodi lymphatici. Tabula Theodisce signata.

Nodus lymphaticus[1] sive lymphoideus[1]sive lymphaceus[2] sive lemphicus[2] sive lympharis[3] est pars systematis lymphatici, in stationibus consistens ubi lympha percolatur. Nodi lymphatici defensioni corporis intersunt. Inter morbum, id est cum contra bacteria, vira, et cellulas malignas cancri pugnare debent, hi nodi tumescunt. Nodus et lienes sunt fontes principales corpori leucocytorum.

Partes corporis ubi multi nodi lymphatici sunt[edit | edit source]

Nodus lymphaticus canis varietatis golden retriever propter lymphoma tumefactus.

Morbi[edit | edit source]

Nodi lymphatici a cancro temptari possunt: morbus Hodgkin, lymphoma non-Hodgkin.

Notae[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology (1998). Terminologia Anatomica. Stutgardiae: Thieme.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Triepel, H. (1908). Memorial on the anatomical nomenclature of the anatomical society. In A. Rose (Ed.), Medical Greek. Collection of papers on medical onomatology and a grammatical guide to learn modern Greek (pp. 176-193). Novi Eboraci: Peri Hellados publication office.
  3. Triepel, H. (1927). Die anatomischen Namen. Ihre Ableitung und Aussprache. Anhang: Biographische Notizen.(Elfte Auflage). Monachi: Verlag von J.F. Bergmann.

Nexus externus[edit | edit source]