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The topography of the traditional lymphatic pathways is comprehensively awarded the following in axial CT scans. Schematic figures resembling every one experiment make it effortless to appreciate the topography. the most chapters hide the pinnacle and neck, the thorax, the stomach and the pelvis. a quick advent to the lymphatic drainage procedure can be given. the extra description of the lymphatic nodes for each organ allows the reader to investigate CT scans systematically for enlarged lymph nodes. This atlas includes info important for radiographers, who needs to make sure how general and pathologically enlarged lymph nodes are attached with convinced lymph node teams that allows you to effectively degree tumors and their metastases. For radiotherapists, wisdom of the precise topography of a lymphatic drainage sector might help to figure out the simplest remedy quantity.

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Cervicales superficiales (Figs. 14, 15): along the external jugular vein. Lnn. cervicales profundi: these nodes receive lymph from almost all head and neck nodes. They can be divided into several subgroups. One of these, the so-called spinal Head and Neck 19 accessory chain (Figs. 13–18), can be found below the insertion of the sternocleidomastoid muscle and accompanying the accessory nerve posteriorly beneath the trapezius muscle. The other subgroups are as follows: Lnn. jugulares anteriores et laterales craniales (Figs.

12–14): grouped around the internal jugular vein extending from the base of the skull to the omohyoid muscle. Lnn. jugulares anteriores et laterales caudales (Figs. 15–18): also along the internal jugular vein, but extending inferior to the omohyoid muscle. Lnn. supraclaviculares (transverse cervical chain, Figs. 17, 18): superficial to and along the transverse cervical artery and vein and extend to the jugulosubclavian junction. Lnn. jugulodigastrici: the most cranial of the deep cervical lymph nodes, situated on the internal jugular and internal carotid vessels where the posterior belly of the digastric muscle crosses these vessels.

The lower tracheobronchial lymph nodes consist of three clusters: the large subcorynal nodes at the bifurcation [46], the nodes of the lateral tracheobronchial angle and nodes lying lateral to the lowest part of the trachea. The arrangement of the tracheobronchial lymph nodes on the left side differs from that on the right side mainly because of the presence of the aortic arch and the space between it and the left pulmonary artery, the so-called aortopulmonary window. The nodes within this space receive lymph from the upper segments of the left upper lobe, and their efferent lymph vessels communicate with the left upper paratracheal lymph nodes or empty into the thoracic duct or the left internal jugular or subclavian vein [42].

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