Inguinal lymph node
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- Superficial inguinal lymph nodes
- inferior -inferior of the saphenous opening of the leg, receive drainage from lower legs
- superolateral - on the side of the saphenous opening, receive drainage from the side buttocks and the lower abdominal wall.
- superomedial - located at the middle of the saphenous opening, take drainage from the perineum and outer genitalia.
- Deep inguinal lymph nodes
- arranged near and along the femoral vein of the leg.
- drain the deep parts of the lower limbs, women's clitorus, and men's penis
- connected to the superficial lymph nodes and send their drainage to those via lymph vessels.
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- "lymph nodes and nerves". www.oganatomy.org. Retrieved 2016-05-09.
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