Celiac lymph nodes
|Lymph: Celiac lymph nodes|
|Lymphatics of stomach, etc.|
|Lymphatics of stomach, etc. The stomach has been turned upward.|
|Latin||nodi lymphoidei coeliaci|
|Gray's||subject #180 706|
|Drains to||preaortic lymph node|
The visceral glands are associated with the branches of the celiac, superior and inferior mesenteric arteries. Those related to the branches of the celiac artery (the celiac lymph nodes) form three sets, gastric, hepatic, and pancreaticolienal.
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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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