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STUDIES ON THE LYMPHONODI OF CATS III. : MACROSCOPICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE LYMPHONODI IN THE ABDOMINAL AND PELVIC CAVITIES

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Title: STUDIES ON THE LYMPHONODI OF CATS III. : MACROSCOPICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE LYMPHONODI IN THE ABDOMINAL AND PELVIC CAVITIES
Authors: SUGIMURA, Makoto Browse this author
KUDO, Norio Browse this author
TAKAHATA, Kurahiko Browse this author
Issue Date: 30-Jun-1958
Publisher: The Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
Journal Title: Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research
Volume: 6
Issue: 2
Start Page: 69
End Page: 88
Abstract: The results may be summarized as follows : 1. The lymphonodi found in the abdominal and pelvic cavities are divided into two main groups, visceral and parietal. The visceral group is subdivided into 12 groups : Lnn. gastrici sinistri, Lnn. gastrici dextri, Lnn. subpylorici, Lnn. lienales, Lnn. gastrolienales, Lnn. hepatogastrici, Lnn. mesenterici communes, Lnn. intestinales, Lnn. caecales, Lnn. mesocolici dextri, Lnn. mesocolici medii and Lnn. mesocolici sinistri ; the parietal group into 6 groups ; Lnn. lumbales craniales, Lnn. lumbales caudales, Lnn. ilici externi, Lnn. ilici interni, Lnn. sacrales laterales and Lnn. subinguinales profundi. Out of the above-mentioned 18 groups, about Lnn. intestinales, Lnn. sacrales laterales and Lnn. subinguinales profundi of the cat there is no description in the reports of many previous investigators. 2. With regard to the numbers of lymphonodi of each group found in this observation, the writers noted some remarkable individual differences, but not sexual differences. Variations in number of lymphonodi of the visceral and parietal groups were more conspicuous than variations in superficial areas of the body. 3. Each group of lymphonodi also was categorized into one of 3 groups of constant, nearly constant and inconstant by their ratio of existence in the cat body. 4. The origin of afferent lymphatic vessels which entered into each group of lymphonodi was investigated respectively. As a rule, the visceral group related with lymphatic vessels which arise from the digestive organs and the parietal group with those from the urogenital organs and body wall. 5. Each type, classified according to the states of their afferent lymphatic vessels, displayed different tendencies in each group of lymphonodi. Especially most of type T are small lymphonodi, approximately 1 mm in diameter, in adult cats. 6. The writers also found the communication among lymphonodi by lymphatic vessels, by which the lymph was able to flow retrogradely. The appearances of their communications may be correlative with the group of lymphonodi which show a conspicuous variation in number. 7. In some cases it was found that some branches of peripheral lymphatic vessels which arise from the testis, ovary and diaphragm empty directly into Cisterna chyli or Ductus thoracicus without passing through a lymphonodus.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/1729
Appears in Collections:Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research > Volume 6, Number 2

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