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|Lymph: Jugular trunk|
|Terminal collecting trunks of right side. a. Jugular trunk. b. Subclavian trunk. c. Bronchomediastinal trunk. d. Right lymphatic trunk. e. Gland of internal mammary chain. f. Gland of deep cervical chain.|
|Gray's||subject #177 698|
|Source||superior deep cervical lymph nodes, inferior deep cervical lymph nodes|
The efferents of the superior deep cervical glands pass partly to the inferior deep cervical glands and partly to a trunk which unites with the efferent vessel of the inferior deep cervical glands and forms the jugular trunk.
- On the left side it joins the thoracic duct.
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