lymph nodule
lymph nodule n a small simple lymph node

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  • lymphatic nodule — lymphoid nodule a small, dense accumulation of lymphocytes expressing tissue cytogenetic and defense functions; it may be encapsulated within lymph node cortex or may be dispersed in epithelial tissue, as in the intestine and tonsils …   Medical dictionary

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