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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 22: Figure 1

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Lymph vessels of the head, trunk and arm, forearm and hand.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Lymph vessels of the head, trunk and arm, forearm and hand

a) Larynx.
b) Trachea.
c) Iliac crest.
d) Pubic symphysis.
e) Anterior superior iliac spine.
f) Clavicle.
g) First rib (s. costa I).
h) m. Frontalis.
i) m. Orbicularis palpebrum.
k) m. Masseter.
l) mm. Zygomatici.
m) m. Orbicularis oris.
n) m. Quadratus menti.
o) m. Triangularis menti.
p) m. Diaphragm.
q) m. Quadratus lumborum.
r) m. Psoas major.
s) m. Iliacus internus.
t) m. Deltoideus.
u) m. Biceps brachii.
v) m. Pectineus.
w) m. Adductor longus.
x) m. Sartorius.
y) m. Rectus femoris.
z) m. Vastus medialis.

  1. superior vena cava.
  2. right innominate vein.
  3. left innominate vein.
  4. internal jugular vein.
  5. external jugular vein.
  6. subclavian vein.
  7. subclavian artery.
  8. common carotid artery.
  9. maxillary artery.
  10. anterior facial vein.
  11. temporal artery and vein.
  12. axillary artery.
  13. brachial artery.
  14. cephalic vein (brachial).
  15. basilic vein.
  16. median vein.
  17. ulnar artery and vein.
  18. radial artery and vein.
  19. medial interossei arteries and veins.
  20. descending aorta.
  21. common iliac artery.
  22. femoral artery.
  23. inferior vena cava.
  24. azygos vein.
  25. great saphenous vein.
  26. origin of thoracic duct (through the confluence of intestinal lymphatic trunks with the right and left lumbar trunks).
  27. emptying of the thoracic duct into the angle between the left subclavian and internal jugular vein.
  28. right lymphatic duct.
  29. cervical lymphatic plexus (s. jugularis lymphatic plexus).
  30. axillary lymphatic plexus.
  31. brachial nodes.
  32. superficial lymphatic system of the arm, forearm and hand.
  33. deep lymphatic system of the arm, forearm and hand.
  34. intercostal lymphatic plexus.
  35. lumbar lymphatic plexus.
  36. iliac lymphatic plexus.
  37. superficial inguinal plexus.
  38. deep inguinal plexus
  39. saphenous plexus.
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