Inguinal lymph node

Lymph nodes are small, round structures that are part of the lymphatic system and are found all over the body at many regions. These structures filter lymph fluid, which is found all over the body and contains white blood cells that fight infection. They also house many immune cells and are linked by lymphatic vessels, which are similar to capillaries because they transport fluid.

Murine inguinal lymph node beneath the bifurcation of epigastric vein. Bright structure visualised by MHC II-GFP construct, is the lymph node

An Inguinal lymph node is a type of lymph node in the inguinal region. It can refer to:

A view of the different inguinal lymph nodes


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