Lymph node trabeculae

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Lymph node trabeculae
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Lymph gland tissue. Highly magnified. a, Trabeculæ. b. Small artery in substance of same. c. Lymph paths. d. Lymph corpuscles. e. Capillary plexus.
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Schematic of lymph node showing lymph sinuses. (Trabeculae labeled at upper right.)
Gray's subject #175 688

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]


The capsule is composed of connective tissue with some plain muscle fibers, and from its internal surface are given off a number of membranous processes or trabeculae, consisting, in man, of connective tissue, with a small admixture of plain muscle fibers; but in many of the lower animals composed almost entirely of involuntary muscle.

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