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Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

WK 5 RETROPERITONEUM Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.7 Peritoneum mesentery and omentum : Case 1.7.2 Mesenteric lymph nodes | Ultrasound Cases

WK 5 RETROPERITONEUM Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.7 Peritoneum mesentery and omentum : Case 1.7.2 Mesenteric lymph nodes | Ultrasound Cases

Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

Enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes

Sonogram of normal mesenteric lymph nodes shows that they are ovoid, with a prominent fatty hilum and a short-axis diameter less than 5 mm.

Sonogram of normal mesenteric lymph nodes shows that they are ovoid, with a prominent fatty hilum and a short-axis diameter less than 5 mm.

Lymphatic drainage pathways for the stomach

Lymphatic drainage pathways for the stomach

Superficial pathways of lymphatic drainage for the liver. The anterior diaphragmatic nodes consist of the lateral anterior diaphragmatic group and the medial group, which includes the pericardiac nodes and the subxiphoid nodes behind the xiphoid cartilage. The nodes in the falciform ligament drain into the anterior abdominal wall along the superficial epigastric and deep epigastric lymph nodes. The epigastric and the subxiphoid nodes drain into the internal mammary nodes

Superficial pathways of lymphatic drainage for the liver. The anterior diaphragmatic nodes consist of the lateral anterior diaphragmatic group and the medial group, which includes the pericardiac nodes and the subxiphoid nodes behind the xiphoid cartilage. The nodes in the falciform ligament drain into the anterior abdominal wall along the superficial epigastric and deep epigastric lymph nodes. The epigastric and the subxiphoid nodes drain into the internal mammary nodes

Carcinoma of the gallbladder

Carcinoma of the gallbladder

Deep pathways of lymphatic drainage for the liver. The deep pathways follow the hepatic veins to the inferior vena cava nodes and the juxtaphrenic nodes that follow along the phrenic nerve. The pathways that follow the portal vein drain into the hepatic hilar nodes and the nodes in the hepatoduodenal ligament, which then drain into the celiac node and the cisterna chyli

Deep pathways of lymphatic drainage for the liver. The deep pathways follow the hepatic veins to the inferior vena cava nodes and the juxtaphrenic nodes that follow along the phrenic nerve. The pathways that follow the portal vein drain into the hepatic hilar nodes and the nodes in the hepatoduodenal ligament, which then drain into the celiac node and the cisterna chyli

Axial CT image in a patient with gastric carcinoma shows enlarged gastrohepatic lymph nodes (orange) along the lesser curvature

Axial CT image in a patient with gastric carcinoma shows enlarged gastrohepatic lymph nodes (orange) along the lesser curvature

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