Medical Definition of External iliac lymph nodes

1. Nodes located in association with the external iliac vein; they are subdivided into three groups: intermediate external iliac lymph nodes, between the vein and the external iliac artery; lateral external iliac lymph nodes, and medial external iliac lymph nodes, medial to the vein; they all receive afferent vessels from the inguinal nodes, lower abdominal wall, and pelvic viscera, and send efferent vessels to the common iliac nodes. Synonym: nodi lymphatici iliaci externi. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of External Iliac Lymph Nodes

external drive
external ear
external ears
external exudative retinopathy
external fertilization
external fistula
external fixation
external fixators
external gill
external haemorrhoid
external haemorrhoids
external hydrocephalus
external iliac artery
external iliac lymph nodes (current term)
external iliac plexus
external iliac vein
external intercostal membrane
external intercostal muscles
external jugular vein
external link
external links
external lip of iliac crest
external malleolar sign
external malleolus
external mammary artery
external matrix

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