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Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation And Hyposplenism

What Is Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation And Hyposplenism? Mesenteric lymph node cavitation and hyposplenism combination is a rare lymphatic entity. It is characterized by involution (degeneration) of a mesenteric lymph node (abdominal) and absence of functional spleen tissue. Q: What ...

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Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation and Hyposplenism: definition

Combination is a rare lymphatic entity related to celiac disease and is characterized by shrinking of a mesenteric lymph node and absence of functional (working) spleen tissue. Mesenteric lymph nodes are located in the mesentery, a membrane that holds the ...

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Lymph Node: definition

Lymph nodes are part of the lymphatic system, acting to protect body fluids by filtering out and destroying bacteria and other harmful substances from lymph that is continually carried to them by lymph vessels.  Cleaned lymph is carried away from ...

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