Definition of Lymph vessel
1. Noun. A vascular duct that carries lymph which is eventually added to the venous blood circulation.
Generic synonyms: Canal, Channel, Duct, Epithelial Duct
Group relationships: Lymphatic System, Systema Lymphaticum
Specialized synonyms: Thoracic Duct, Lacteal
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Literary usage of Lymph vessel
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1. A Text-book of Histology by Frederick Randolph Bailey (1906)
"... has a separate origin, being constricted off from that portion of the mesoderm which lines the primary body cavity. THE LYMPH-VESSEL SYSTEM. ..."
2. Text-book of Human Physiology: Including Histology and Microscopical Anatomy by Leonard Landois, Albert Philson Brubaker (1905)
"130 II, B represents in transverse section a small blood-vessel (B), with a perivascular lymph-vessel, from the brain; p is the traversed lumen of ..."
3. General Pathology: Or the Science of the Causes, Nature and Course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1903)
"... inside a lymph- vessel (hi, ... of «>|l» In the lymph-vessel. Section of rabbit's ear ,„,, (lliv., ,ltl„ in. ..."
4. Outlines of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by John Sterling Kingsley (1917)
"A, truncus and cardiac lymph heart of Salamandra, after Greil; B, entrance of lymph-vessel into a vein, after Weliky. a, aortic arch; c, carotid; I, ..."
5. General pathology, or, The science of the causes, nature and course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1895)
"... anil coagulated albumin ; I, Widened lymph-vessel filled with coagulum ; m, Sweat- gland. (Preparation hardened in alcohol, colored with Bismarck brown, ..."
6. A Textbook of Human Physiology: Including a Section on Physiologic Apparatus. by Albert Philson Brubaker (1922)
"With the entrance of the chyle into the subjacent lymph-vessel there is a ... The elastic tissue of the lymph-vessel now recoils and forces the chyle toward ..."
7. Atlas and epitome of general pathologic histology by Hermann Dürck, Ludvig Hektoen (1904)
"A lymph-vessel endothelioma is composed in the main of cell-cords consisting of squamous, rhomboidal or spindle-shaped cells in close apposition to one ..."
8. Diseases of the Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura, by Friedrich Albin Hoffmann, Ottomar Rosenbach, Emanuel Aufrecht, John Herr Musser, Alfred Stengel (1902)
"The smaller arteries and veins are accompanied by a single lymph-vessel which is ... The small veins have but a single lymph-vessel accompanying them, ..."