lymph gland


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lymph gland

[′limf ‚gland]
(anatomy)
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About 150 women a year are diagnosed with breast cancer in Nuneaton and undergo mastectomies including the full removal of lymph glands under the armpits.
Breast cancer spreads first to the lymph glands in the armpit and is the biggest killer of women in Britain.
Swollen lymph glands from a cancer in either the breast or lungs.
TB lymph gland enlargement involves the airways in various pathological ways.
She has undergone operations to remove a lump and lymph gland tumours, according to the report.
Unusual case of multiple basal cell carcinoma with metastasis to the parotid lymph gland.
Higgins returned to his native Belfast in August and endured nine weeks of intensive radiation therapy at the city's Royal Victoria Hospital before the removal of a lymph gland last week.
Leading Study Shows Link Between Breast Cancer and Conventional Brassieres; New Brassiere Design Promotes Lymph Gland Drainage Removing Toxins From Breast
John Adler, chief executive of Sandwell and West Birmingham HospitalsNHS Trust, which runs City Hospital, said doctors thought the enlarged lymph gland in Mariam's armpit could have been caused by a cricket bat injury she suffered before her first hospital visit.
It is believed that Koo, 46, has undergone surgery in the US - where she now lives - to remove a lump from her breast and lymph gland tumours.