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lymph vessel

[′limf ‚ves·əl]
(anatomy)
A tubular passage for conveying lymph. Also known as lymphatic.
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In contrast with the first round of scans, the researchers saw blood vessels in the dura but no lymph vessels regardless of how they tuned the scanner, confirming their suspicions.
However, during video-assisted thoracoscopic procedures the lymph vessels are not emptied before clamping.
In this condition lymph nodes are enlarged and solid tumorous are found in the lymphatic system causing obstruction in the lymph vessels and also affecting the lymphatic vessels of the intestine.
However, serious problems can develop, like dengue hemorrhagic fever which is characterized by high fever, damage to blood and lymph vessels, bleeding from nose and gums, enlargement of liver and failure of circulatory system.
HL mostly spreads through lymph vessels to other lymph nodes, and in advanced stages can even invade the bloodstream and spread to other organs including the liver, lungs, and bone marrow.
3] Adult parasite live in lymph vessels and many times causes acute, chronic inflammatory reaction and obstruction leading to lymphoedema, lymphangiovarix.
As CD34 cannot differentiate between lymphatic and blood vessel tumour, MVD was analysed without discrimination between lymph vessels and micro- blood vessels.
In that spot, the scientists found a niche of angioblasts, those same cells that a hundred years earlier were thought to be the source of lymph vessels, but were later neglected.
This deep, relaxing facial detoxifies the skin by using lymph drainage massage which imitates the action of lymph vessels that drain out unwanted materials from the body.
The cancer may start from the bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, thymus or other lymphatic tissues as well as the lymph vessels that connect them.
This involves manual manipulation or 'soft tissue mobilisation' at a superficial and/or deep level of the lymphatic system and aims to move fluid away from the congested areas by increasing the activity of normal lymph vessels and bypassing ineffective or obliterated ducts.