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Endolymphangial
Endolymphangial En"do*lym*phan"gi*al, a. [Endo- + lymphangial.] (Anat.) Within a lymphatic vessel.
Endolymphatic
Endolymphatic En"do*lym*phat"ic, a. [Endo- + lymphatic.] (Anat.) (a) Pertaining to, or containing, endolymph; as, the endolymphatic duct. (b) Within a lymphatic vessel; endolymphangial.
Lymphadenitis
Lymphadenitis Lym`pha*de*ni"tis, n. [NL. See Lymph, and Adenitis.] (Med.) Inflammation of the lymphatic glands; -- called also lymphitis.
Lymphadenoma
Lymphadenoma Lym`pha*de*no"ma, n. [NL. See Lymph, Aden-, and -oma.] (Med.) See Lymphoma.
lymphadenoma
Lymphoma Lym*pho"ma, n. [NL. See Lymph, and -oma.] (Med.) A tumor having a structure resembling that of a lymphatic gland; -- called also lymphadenoma. Malignant lymphoma, a fatal disease characterized by the formation in various parts of the body of new growths resembling lymphatic glands in structure.
Lymphangeitis
Lymphangeitis Lym*phan`ge*i"tis, n. [NL., from L. lympha lymph + Gr. ? vessel + -itis.] (Med.) Inflammation of the lymphatic vessels. [Written also lymphangitis.]
Lymphangial
Lymphangial Lym*phan"gi*al, a. [See Lymphangeitis.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the lymphatics, or lymphoid tissue; lymphatic.
lymphangitis
Lymphangeitis Lym*phan`ge*i"tis, n. [NL., from L. lympha lymph + Gr. ? vessel + -itis.] (Med.) Inflammation of the lymphatic vessels. [Written also lymphangitis.]
Lymphatic
Lymphatic Lym*phat"ic, n. 1. (Anat.) One of the lymphatic or absorbent vessels, which carry lymph and discharge it into the veins; lymph duct; lymphatic duct. 2. A mad enthusiast; a lunatic. [Obs.]
Lymphatic
Lymphatic Lym*phat"ic, a. [L. lymphaticus distracted, frantic: cf. F. lymphatique] pertaining to, containing, or conveying lymph. 2. Madly enthusiastic; frantic. [Obs.] `` Lymphatic rapture. ' --Sir T. Herbert. [See Lymphate.] Lymphatic gland (Anat.), one of the solid glandlike bodies connected with the lymphatics or the lacteals; -- called also lymphatic ganglion, and conglobate gland. Lymphatic temperament (Old Physiol.), a temperament in which the lymphatic system seems to predominate, that is, a system in which the complexion lacks color and the tissues seem to be of loose texture; hence, a temperament lacking energy, inactive, indisposed to exertion or excitement. See Temperament.
lymphatic ganglion
Lymphatic Lym*phat"ic, a. [L. lymphaticus distracted, frantic: cf. F. lymphatique] pertaining to, containing, or conveying lymph. 2. Madly enthusiastic; frantic. [Obs.] `` Lymphatic rapture. ' --Sir T. Herbert. [See Lymphate.] Lymphatic gland (Anat.), one of the solid glandlike bodies connected with the lymphatics or the lacteals; -- called also lymphatic ganglion, and conglobate gland. Lymphatic temperament (Old Physiol.), a temperament in which the lymphatic system seems to predominate, that is, a system in which the complexion lacks color and the tissues seem to be of loose texture; hence, a temperament lacking energy, inactive, indisposed to exertion or excitement. See Temperament.
Lymphatic gland
Lymphatic Lym*phat"ic, a. [L. lymphaticus distracted, frantic: cf. F. lymphatique] pertaining to, containing, or conveying lymph. 2. Madly enthusiastic; frantic. [Obs.] `` Lymphatic rapture. ' --Sir T. Herbert. [See Lymphate.] Lymphatic gland (Anat.), one of the solid glandlike bodies connected with the lymphatics or the lacteals; -- called also lymphatic ganglion, and conglobate gland. Lymphatic temperament (Old Physiol.), a temperament in which the lymphatic system seems to predominate, that is, a system in which the complexion lacks color and the tissues seem to be of loose texture; hence, a temperament lacking energy, inactive, indisposed to exertion or excitement. See Temperament.
Lymphatic temperament
Lymphatic Lym*phat"ic, a. [L. lymphaticus distracted, frantic: cf. F. lymphatique] pertaining to, containing, or conveying lymph. 2. Madly enthusiastic; frantic. [Obs.] `` Lymphatic rapture. ' --Sir T. Herbert. [See Lymphate.] Lymphatic gland (Anat.), one of the solid glandlike bodies connected with the lymphatics or the lacteals; -- called also lymphatic ganglion, and conglobate gland. Lymphatic temperament (Old Physiol.), a temperament in which the lymphatic system seems to predominate, that is, a system in which the complexion lacks color and the tissues seem to be of loose texture; hence, a temperament lacking energy, inactive, indisposed to exertion or excitement. See Temperament.
Perilymphangial
Perilymphangial Per`i*lym*phan"gi*al, a. (Anat.) Around, or at the side of, a lymphatic vessel.
Perilymphatic
Perilymphatic Per`i*lym*phat"ic, a. (Anat.) (a) Pertaining to, or containing, perilymph. (b) Perilymphangial.

Meaning of Lympha from wikipedia

- The Lympha (plural Lymphae) is an ancient Roman deity of fresh water. She is one of twelve agricultural deities listed by Varro as "leaders" (duces) of...
- Lymph (from Latin, lympha meaning "water") is the fluid that flows through the lymphatic system, a system composed of lymph vessels (channels) and intervening...
- carry a clear fluid called lymph (the Latin word lympha refers to the deity of fresh water, "Lympha") towards the heart. Unlike the circulatory system...
- This is a list of diseases starting with the letter "L". Diseases Alphabetical list 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z See also Health...
- character's primary resource, exists "naturally" in the Void as Lympha. However, collected Lympha of Color cannot be used directly and must be processed in...
- forms of lymphoma have been described. The term "lymphoma" is from latin lympha ("water") and from gr**** -oma ("morbid growth, tumor"). The two types of...
- in his 1957 non-fiction, philosophical book, Dialogi (Dialogues). Iolaus Lympha Jason and the Argonauts Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica, 1. 1213 with scholia...
- identity is obscure, but he is sometimes identified with the Gr**** god Pan. Lympha, often plural lymphae, a water deity ****imilated to the Gr**** nymphs. Mana...
- as one of the twelve deities who presided over agriculture, paired with Lympha, the goddess who influenced the water supply. The original function of Bonus...
- celestial regions, with Jupiter, Quirinus, Mars, the Military Lar, Juno, Lympha, and the Novensiles. Water as a source of regeneration pla**** a role in...
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