Medical Definition of Plexus inguinalis

1. A lymphatic plexus formed of 10 to 15 lymph nodes with their connecting vessels lying superficially near the termination of the great saphenous vein and more deeply along the femoral artery and vein. See: superficial inguinal lymph nodes. Synonym: plexus inguinalis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plexus Inguinalis

plexus dentalis
plexus dentalis inferior
plexus dentalis superior
plexus entericus
plexus femoralis
plexus gangliosus ciliaris
plexus gastrici systematis autonomici
plexus gulae
plexus hepaticus
plexus hypogastricus
plexus hypogastricus inferior
plexus hypogastricus superior
plexus iliaci
plexus iliacus externus
plexus inguinalis (current term)
plexus intermesentericus
plexus intraparotideus
plexus jugularis
plexus lienalis
plexus lingualis
plexus lumbalis
plexus lumbosacralis
plexus lymphaticus
plexus mammarius
plexus mammarius internus
plexus maxillaris externus
plexus maxillaris internus
plexus meningeus
plexus mesentericus

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