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1 Mesenteric lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici mesenterici. Numerous (100-150) lymph nodes important for the prevention of lipidemia. Their efferent vessels drain lymph via the celiac lymph nodes.

2 Juxtaintestinal lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici juxtaintestinales. Subgroup of mesenteric lymph nodes located close to the small intestine.

3 Superior [central] lymph nodes. Nodi lym-phatici superiores [centralesl. Subgroup of mesenteric lymph nodes located near the stem of the superior mesenteric artery. A

4 Ileocolic lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici ileo-colici. Group of nodes situated along the ileocolic artery. Efferents: celiac lymph nodes. A

5 Prececal lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici precae-cales. Nodes situated along the anterior cecal artery. A

6 Retrocecal lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici ret-rocaecales. They situated along the posterior cecal artery. A

7 Appendicular lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici appendiculares. Nodes situated along the ap-pendicular artery. They are absent in 33-50% of cases. A

8 Mesocolic lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici me-socolici. Nodes for the greater part of the colon. Predominantly located in the mesocolon. Their efferents convey lymph to the celiac lymph nodes.

9 Paracolic lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici para-colici. Subgroup of mesocolic lymph nodes located along the colon. A

10 Right/middle/left colic lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici colici [dextri/medii/sinistri]. Subgroup of mesocolic lymph nodes situated along the stems of the right, middle and left colic arteries. A

11 Inferior mesenteric lymph nodes. Nodi lym-phatici mesenterici inferiores. Nodes located along the inferior mesenteric artery. Afferent areas: part of the descending colon, sigmoid and part of the rectum. Efferents: pre-aortic lymph nodes at the level of the inferior mesen-teric artery. A

12 Sigmoid lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici sig-moidei. Nodes located along the sigmoid artery. They drain the sigmoid and the adjoining segment of colon. A

13 Superior rectal lymph nodes. Nodi lymphat-ici rectales superiores. Nodes located along the superior rectal artery for drainage of the rectum. A

14 Parietal nodes of pelvis. Pelvis - nodi lym-phatici parietales. Lymph nodes along the wall of pelvis.

15 Common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes. Group of nodes situated along the internal iliac vein. They serve as the second station for the lymph nodes of the pelvic organs, (= pelvic), interior pelvic wall, abdominal wall up to the navel, hip muscles, and gluteal muscles. Efferents: lumbar lymph nodes and lumbar trunk. Individually, the following subgroups are distinguished.

16 Medial common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes mediales. Subgroup situated medial to the vascular cord. B

17 Intermediate common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes intermedii. Subgroup situated between the medial and lateral groups behind the vascular cord. B

18 Lateral common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes laterales. Subgroup located lateral to the vascular cord. B

19 Subaortic common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes subaortici. Subgroup located caudal to the aortic bifurcation in front of L4. B

20 Promontory common iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci communes promontorii. Subgroup situated in front of the promontory. B

21 External iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici il-iaci externi. Group of nodes located along the external iliac vessels. They are the first lymph station for a part of the urinary bladder and vagina, and second lymph station for the inguinal lymph nodes. Efferents: common iliac lymph nodes. They are divided into the following groups.

22 Medial external iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lym-phatici iliaci externi mediales. Group located medial to the vascular cord. B

23 Intermediate external iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci externi intermedii. Group located between the lateral and medial groups and behind the artery. B

24 Lateral external iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci externi laterales. Group located lateral to the vascular bundle. B

25 Medial lacunar node. [Nodus lacunaris medialis]. Node situated in the vascular lacuna medial to the vascular cord. B

26 Intermediate lacunar node. [Nodus lacunaris intermedius]. When present, it lies in the middle of the vascular lacuna. B

27 Lateral lacunar node. [Nodus lacunaris later-alis]. Node situated laterally in the vascular lacuna. B

28 Interiliac external iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci externi interiliaci. Lymph nodes in the bifurcation between the internal and external iliac arteries. B

29 Obturator external iliac lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici iliaci externi obturatorii. Group located at the obturator artery. B

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