Pararectal lymph nodes
|Lymph: Pararectal lymph nodes|
|Lymph Nodes of Female Pelvis (Pararectal is #9)|
|Lymphatics of colon.|
|Latin||nodi lymphoidei pararectales|
|Gray's||subject #180 710|
|Drains to||inferior mesenteric lymph nodes|
The pararectal lymph nodes are in contact with the muscular coat of the rectum. They drain the descending iliac and sigmoid parts of the colon and the upper part of the rectum; their efferents pass to the preaortic glands.
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Lymphatics of torso
|Chest||Right lymphatic duct - Thoracic duct (spans diaphragm)|
Bronchomediastinal trunk (Tracheobronchial, Parasternal) - Intercostal
|Abdomen||Cisterna chyli Intestinal trunk - preaortic: Celiac (Gastric, Hepatic, Splenic) - Superior mesenteric (Mesenteric, Ileocolic, Mesocolic) - Inferior mesenteric (Pararectal)|
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