Human lymph node morphology as a function of age and site.

  title={Human lymph node morphology as a function of age and site.},
  author={P R Luscieti and Tedy Hubschmid and Hans Cottier and Max W. Hess and Leslie H. Sobin},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  volume={33 5},
Cervical, axillary, cubital, inguinal, popliteal, and mesenteric lymph nodes from subjects of various ages who had died a sudden death were examined histologically. Care was taken to establish by morphometry the proportional distribution in lymph node cross-sections of cortical, paracortical, and medullary areas. In addition, numbers and surface areas of cross-sectioned germinal centres were registered. Important differences related to age and anatomical site of lymph nodes were established by… CONTINUE READING
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