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*  CD34
... is also an important adhesion molecule and is required for T cells to enter lymph nodes. It is expressed on lymph node ... "Preferential induction of peripheral lymph node addressin on high endothelial venule-like vessels in the active phase of ...
*  Tumors of the hematopoietic and lymphoid tissues
When there is lymphadenopathy, a biopsy from a lymph node is generally undertaken surgically. In general, a bone marrow biopsy ... or in lymph nodes (lymphomas). However, the influential WHO Classification (published in 2001) placed a greater emphasis on ... lymph, and lymphatic system. As those elements are all intimately connected through both the circulatory system and the immune ...
*  Kikuchi disease
Lymph node enlargmeent usually resolves over several weeks to six months. Recurrence rate is about 3%. Death from Kikuchi ... If the clinical course is more severe, with multiple flares of bulky enlarged cervical lymph nodes and fever, then a low-dose ... It is diagnosed by lymph node excision biopsy. Kikuchi disease is a self-limiting illness which has symptoms which may overlap ... The signs and symptoms of Kikuchi disease are fever, enlargement of the lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), skin rashes, and ...
*  Angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma
... is a mature T-cell lymphoma of blood or lymph vessel immunoblasts characterized by a polymorphous lymph node infiltrate showing ... Due to the systemic nature of this disease, neoplastic cells can be found in lymph nodes, liver, spleen, skin, and bone marrow ... The normal architecture of a lymph node is partially effaced by a polymorphous infiltrate and residual follicles are commonly ...
*  Head and neck cancer
Surgery is also commonly used to resect (remove) some or all of the cervical lymph nodes to prevent further spread of the ... like an enlarged lymph node on the outside of the neck, a sore throat or a hoarse sounding voice. However, in the case of ... N is the presence or absence of lymph node metastases, and M is the presence or absence of distant metastases. The T, N, and M ... mouth or gums Enlarged lymph glands in the neck Slurring of speech (if the cancer is affecting the tongue) Hoarse voice which ...
*  CCL20
... is expressed in several tissues with highest expression observed in peripheral blood lymphocytes, lymph nodes, liver, ...
*  Gut-specific homing
... including lymph nodes. In the paracortex of the lymphoid nodes they are exposed to professional antigen-presenting cells (APCs ... For example, T cells activated in the Peyer's patch lymph nodes, found in the gut, would return to the gut. Subsequent work ... The activated T cells then emigrate from the lymph nodes, via the efferent lymphatic vessel, and migrate around the body in the ... doi:10.1016/0952-7915(93)90063-X. von Andrian, Mempel (2003). "Homing and Cellular Traffic in Lymph Nodes". Nature Reviews ...
*  Tumor antigen
... mostly thymus for T-cells and spleen/lymph nodes for B cells). Thus any protein that is not exposed to the immune system ...
*  Lymph trunk
When an efferent lymph vessel leaves a lymph node, it may carry lymph to another lymph node by becoming its afferent lymph ... Jugular lymph trunks Subclavian lymph trunks Bronchomediastinal lymph trunks Lumbar lymph trunks Intestinal lymph trunk- ... Lymph trunk is a collection of lymph vessels that carries lymph, and is formed by confluence of many efferent lymph vessels. It ... The lymph trunks drain into the lymph ducts, which in turn return lymph to the blood by emptying into the respective subclavian ...
*  Tattoo
"Tattoo Ink Nanoparticles Persist in Lymph Nodes". The Scientist. Images of Tattoo removal procedure, retrieved 12 January 2011 ... Radiation Facility in France say the chemicals in tattoo ink can travel in the bloodstream and accumulate in the lymph nodes, ...
*  Canine histiocytic diseases
Spread beyond lymph nodes to lung has also been observed in some of these cases. These complications are rare. The presence of ... Peripheral lymph nodes are often palpably enlarged. The disease course may be punctuated by remissions and relapses, which may ... In CH the lesions are limited to the skin and draining lymph nodes. The histiocytic sarcoma (HS) complex encompasses a number ... When spread to distant sites beyond the local lymph node occurs, the disease is then termed disseminated histiocytic sarcoma; ...
*  Lymphatic system
The efferent lymph vessel directly emerges from the lymph node at the hilum. The arteries and veins supplying the lymph node ... A lymph node is an organized collection of lymphoid tissue, through which the lymph passes on its way back to the blood. Lymph ... Several afferent lymph vessels bring in lymph, which percolates through the substance of the lymph node, and is then drained ... The hilum presents as a depression on the surface of the lymph node, causing the otherwise spherical lymph node to be bean- ...
*  Lymphoma
Diagnosis, if enlarged lymph nodes are present, is usually by lymph node biopsy. Blood, urine, and bone marrow testing may also ... lymph nodes diffusely effaced CD5, surface immunoglobulin 50%. Occurs in older adults, usually involves lymph nodes, bone ... Lymphoma is definitively diagnosed by a lymph node biopsy, meaning a partial or total excision of a lymph node examined under ... I represents a localized disease contained within a lymph node, II represents the presence of lymphoma in two or more lymph ...
*  Cholangiocarcinoma
For non-resectable cases, the 5-year survival rate is 0% where the disease is inoperable because distal lymph nodes show ... General guidelines for operability include: Absence of lymph node or liver metastases Absence of involvement of the portal vein ... Yamamoto M, Takasaki K, Yoshikawa T (1999). "Lymph Node Metastasis in Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma". Japanese Journal of ... for patients with no involvement of the lymph nodes. Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinomas (those arising from the bile ducts within ...
*  HIV/AIDS
At the same time, Montagnier's group isolated a virus from a person presenting with swelling of the lymph nodes of the neck and ... May include generalized lymph node enlargement. Stage II: Mild symptoms which may include minor mucocutaneous manifestations ... Symptoms occur in 40-90% of cases and most commonly include fever, large tender lymph nodes, throat inflammation, a rash, ... swollen lymph nodes, chills, weakness, and unintended weight loss. Diarrhea is another common symptom, present in about 90% of ...
*  ILO Classification
... cg calcified granuloma or lymph node; cn calcification of small pneumoconiotic opacities; co abnormal cardiac shape or size; cp ... hi enlargement of non-calcified hilar nodes; ho honeycombing; id ill-defined diaphragm border; ih ill-defined heart border; kl ...
*  Femoral triangle
In a patient with a positive sentinel lymph node biopsy, generally only the superficial nodes are removed, unless Cloquet's ... Femoral vein and its proximal tributaries (e.g., the great saphenous and deep femoral veins). Deep inguinal lymph nodes and ... This area contains the superficial and deep basins of the inguinal lymph nodes, and is the location targeted in an inguinal ... node (the most superior of the deep nodes) is clinically positive. Front and medial aspect of right thigh. Borders of the ...
*  B-cell lymphoma
Lymphomas are "blood cancers" in the lymph nodes. They develop more frequently in older adults and in immunocompromised ...
*  Jonas Kaufmann
"Lymph nodes" is written in the Japanese version. Tommasini, Anthony. "Dark Nights of the Soul in the Kingdom of the Holy Grail ... In September 2011, he underwent surgery to remove a lymph node from his chest. In December, he was back, performing the title ...
*  Orofacial granulomatosis
Cervical lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes in the neck). Facial palsy (weakness and altered sensation of the face). The ...
*  Colorectal cancer
If the lymph nodes do not contain cancer, the benefits of chemotherapy are controversial. If the cancer is widely metastatic or ... If cancer has spread to the lymph nodes or distant organs, which is the case with stage III and stage IV colon cancer ... Dukes stage C bowel cancer; the cancer has invaded the nearby lymph nodes. Dukes stage D bowel cancer; the cancer has ... and is usually not offered unless risk factors such as T4 tumor or inadequate lymph node sampling is identified. It is also ...
*  Marginal zone
A marginal zone also exists in lymph nodes. It is composed of cells derived primarily from the myeloid compartment of bone ... Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma Humoral immunity http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/lymphnodes.html[full citation needed] Puga, ...
*  Extrapulmonary tuberculosis
Spread to lymph nodes is the most common. An ulcer originating from nearby infected lymph nodes may occur and is painless, ... The dry or plastic form causes a fibrous reaction in the peritoneum results in adhesion of bowel loops andcaseous lymph nodes. ... Other findings in the abdomen such as miliary microabscesses in the liver or spleen, splenomegaly, splenic or lymph node ... B. Peripherally enhancing central hypodense mesenteric lymph nodes (arrow). C. Smooth peritoneal thickening and enhancement. A ...
*  Antigen-presenting cell
... they usually migrate to the vast network of lymph vessels and are carried by lymph flow to the draining lymph nodes. Each lymph ... B cells reside in the lymph node. Once their B cell receptor binds to an antigen, they can interact with activated helper T ... It moves from the tissue to lymph nodes, where it encounters and activates T cells. Macrophages can be stimulated by T cell ... node is a collection point where APCs can interact with T cells. During the migration, DCs undergo a process of maturation: ...
*  Cystectomy
In a radical cystectomy the bladder is removed along with surrounding lymph nodes (lymph node dissection) and other organs that ... Pelvic lymph node dissection (PLND) is performed. A urinary diversion is then created and the free ends of the ureters are ... Due to the location of the operation, damage to nerves in the pelvis can occur during removal of the bladder or lymph nodes. ... A radical cystectomy involves removal of the entire bladder along with surrounding lymph nodes and other nearby organs that ...
*  Lund's node
... , or Mascagni's lymph node (often erroneously referred to as Calot's node), is the sentinel lymph node of the gall ... The node is named after Fred Bates Lund (1865-1950), an American Surgeon. It was also named after the Italian anatomist and ... physician, Paolo Mascagni (1752-1815), who first identified the node around 1787. "Lund's node". Retrieved 25 Feb 2017. ...
*  Michael Palese
doi:10.1016/s0090-4295(02)02376-2. Palese, MA; Su, LM; Kavoussi, L (July 2002). "Laparoscopic retroperitoneal lymph node ...