Supratrochlear lymph nodes
|Supratrochlear lymph nodes|
The superficial lymph glands and lymphatic vessels of the arm (supratrochlear gland labeled at bottom center)
Regional lymph tissue
|Drains to||Lateral lymph nodes|
|Latin||Nodi lymphoidei supratrochleares|
Their afferents drain the middle, ring, and little fingers, the medial portion of the hand, and the superficial area over the ulnar side of the forearm; these vessels are, however, in free communication with the other lymphatic vessels of the forearm.
Their efferents accompany the basilic vein and join the deeper vessels.
- clinicalconsiderations at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University)
- Image at umich.edu
- Image at ucsd.edu
- Patel D (2001). "The supratrochlear lymph nodes: their diagnostic significance in a swollen elbow joint.". Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 83 (6): 425–6. PMC . PMID 11777140.
- clinicalconsiderations at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University) (lymphdrainageul)
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