medullary cord


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medullary cord

[mə′dəl·ə·rē ′kȯrd]
(anatomy)
Dense lymphatic tissue separated by sinuses in the medulla of a lymph node.
(embryology)
A primary invagination of the germinal epithelium of the embryonic gonad that differentiates into rete testis and seminiferous tubules or into rete ovarii.
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The interfollicular area and medullary cords were heavily infiltrated by mature plasma cells with a sheetlike arrangement in some areas.