nodal tissue


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nodal tissue

[′nōd·əl ‚tish·ü]
(histology)
Tissue from the sinoatrial node, and the atrioventricular node and bundle and its branches, composed of a dense network of Purkinje fibers.
Tissue from a lymph node.
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These cells were scattered throughout the nodal tissue, but they were predominantly located in paracortical and medullary regions (Figure, B).
As described in the Radiology article, normal and cancerous nodal tissues have different signal intensities on COMBIDEX-enhanced MRI.