lymphatic leukemia n.
See lymphocytic leukemia.
lymphaticostomy lym·phat·i·cos·to·my (lĭm-fāt’ĭ-kŏs’tə-mē) n. Surgical construction of an opening into a lymphatic duct.
- Lymphatic plexus
lymphatic plexus n. A network of lymphatic capillaries that usually lack valves and join to form one or more larger lymphatic vessels that drain to lymph nodes.
- Lymphatic sinus
lymphatic sinus n. Any of the channels in a lymph node crossed by a reticulum of cells and fibers and bounded by littoral cells.
- Lymphatic tissue
noun 1. tissue, such as the lymph nodes, tonsils, spleen, and thymus, that produces lymphocytes Also called lymphoid tissue lymphatic tissue n. Tissue consisting of a network of reticular fibers and cells, the meshes of which are occupied by lymphocytes. Also called adenoid tissue, lymphoid tissue.