Medical Definition of Internal iliac lymph nodes

1. Nodes that lie along the internal iliac artery and its branches; they receive lymph from the pelvic viscera, the gluteal region, and the deep parts of the perineum, and send efferent vessels to the common iliac nodes. Synonym: nodi lymphatici iliaci interni. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Internal Iliac Lymph Nodes

internal diameter
internal drive
internal ear
internal energy
internal exile
internal fertilization
internal fistula
internal fixation
internal fixators
internal haemorrhage
internal haemorrhoids
internal hernia
internal hydrocephalus
internal iliac artery
internal iliac lymph nodes (current term)
internal iliac vein
internal intercostal membrane
internal intercostal muscle
internal jugular vein
internal lacrimal fistula
internal limiting membrane
internal link
internal lip of iliac crest
internal malleolus
internal mammary-coronary artery anastomosis
internal mammary artery
internal mammary plexus

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