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Sentinel lymph nodes

Introduction: Sentinel lymph nodes

The sentinel lymph nodes are groups or clusters of lymph nodes that tend to be the first areas to swell. Common examples are neck lymph nodes, armpit lymph nodes, groin lymph nodes, pelvic lymph nodes, and abdominal lymph nodes.

Summary Information: Sentinel lymph nodes

Sentinel lymph nodes: Clusters of lymph nodes.

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Organ types: Lymphatic system (9), Lymph nodes (9)

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