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EFSUMB Course Book - Chapter 7 Diagnostic Approach to Lymph Node Diseases in Ultrasound

EFSUMB Course Book - Chapter 7 Diagnostic Approach to Lymph Node Diseases in Ultrasound

EFSUMB Course Book - Chapter 7 Diagnostic Approach to Lymph Node Diseases in Ultrasound

Hans-Peter Weskott, Elena Simona Ioanitescu
Hans-Peter Weskott, Elena Simona Ioanitescu
on behalf of European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology

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The lymphatic system consists of a network of interconnected lymphatic channels that collect lymph fluid and carry it to the next lymphatic tissue. It is estimated that approximately 2 1 of lymph fluid is produced within a 24 h period. It is drained from the interstitium by blind-ending lymphatic capillaries. The size of these tiny tubes allows only small molecules and particles (in¬cluding antigens) to pass through this network. The lymphatic vessels have a valve system that allows the lymph to proceed to the next lymph node and prevents intraluminal fluid from flowing backwards.

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The lymphatic system consists of a network of interconnected lymphatic channels that collect lymph fluid and carry it to the next lymphatic tissue. It is estimated that approximately 2 1 of lymph fluid is produced within a 24 h period. It is drained from the interstitium by blind-ending lymphatic capillaries. The size of these tiny tubes allows only small molecules and particles (in¬cluding antigens) to pass through this network. The lymphatic vessels have a valve system that allows the lymph to proceed to the next lymph node and prevents intraluminal fluid from flowing backwards.
Hans-Peter Weskott, Elena Simona Ioanitescu

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Hans-Peter Weskott, Elena Simona Ioanitescu
on behalf of European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology

Central Ultrasound Department, Klinikum Siloah, KRH, Roesebeckstr. 15 30449 Hannover, Germany

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Editor: Christoph F Dietrich

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