|Lymph: Subcapsular sinus|
|Section of small lymph node of rabbit. X 100. (Subcapsular lymph path labeled at center left.)|
|Gray's||subject #175 689|
The pulp of the lymph node does not, completely fill the spaces, but leaves, between its outer margin and the enclosing trabeculae, a channel or space of uniform width throughout. This is termed the subcapsular sinus (lymph path, lymph sinus, marginal sinus). Running across it are a number of finer trabeculæ of retiform connective tissue, the fibers of which are, for the most part, covered by ramifying cells.
- Histology image: 07107loa – Histology Learning System at Boston University - "Lymphoid Tissues and Organs: lymph node, afferent arterioles"
- Histology at University of Southern California lymp/c_2
- Histology at University of Southern California lymp/c_6
- Histology at OU 59_03
- UIUC Histology Subject 377
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