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lymphatic

[lim′fad·ik]
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Histopathology of labium majus lesion revealed large, irregular, and dilated thin-walled lymphatic channels and endothelial vasculatures in the papillary and reticular dermis [Figure 1]c.
Lymphatic filariasis is endemic to tropical countries and is the most common cause of acquired lymphedema in the world.
It is important to remember that chyle leaks slowly into the peritoneal cavity through lymphatic fistulas or by back-pressure on the intestinal lymphatics, and significant quantities of chylous ascites may take some time to accumulate (5).
Developmental malformation of the renal lymphatic system results into failure of lymphatic tissue to establish communication with rest of lymphatic system.
Primary lymphoedema results from an inherent developmental abnormality of the lymphatic system.
10-17) By electron microscopic study in one case of PCI, Haboubi et al (14) identified some ultrastructural evidence of the cystic spaces being dilated lymphatics in nature.
Lymphatic filariasis is a major health problem in India with most infections caused by Wuchereria bancrofti.
The radioisotope-guided (RI-guided) approach can accurately determine the location of deep SLNs, but cannot identify minute lymphatic vessels.
Lymphangioma circumscriptum (LC) or microcystic lymphatic malformation is a hamartomatous malformation of the lymphatic channels of the skin.
Peau d'orange in breast cancer is thought to be due to occlusion of lymphatics by tumour emboli.
Microscopic section revealed numerous dilated lymphatics lined by endothelial cells filled with lightly eosinophilic proteinaceous material, suggestive of 'lymphangioma.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the detection of this metastasis via lymphatic channels around the tumor or via newly formed lymphatics inside the tumor.