lymphangitis

Type: Term Pronunciation: lim′fan-jī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of the lymphatic vessels. Synonyms: lymphangeitis, lymphangiitis
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lymphangitis

[n] - inflammation of a lymph vessel
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Lymphangitis

Inflammation of one or more lymph nodes and/or lymph vessels, usually part of an acute infectious condition.
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Lymphangitis

Lymphangitis: The red streaking and gland (lymph node) swelling in the area of an injury especially on the extremities. It is usually caused by a bacterial infection with Streptococcus. The bacteria enter the body through a cut, scrape, bite or wound of some sort. The bacteria can get into the lymphatic system, which is part of our immune system. T...
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lymphangitis

<pathology> Inflammation of a lymphatic vessel or vessels. Acute lymphangitis may result from spread of bacterial infection (most commonly beta haemolytic streptococci) into the lymphatics, manifested by painful subcutaneous red streaks along the course of the vessels. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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lymphangitis

noun inflammation of a lymph vessel
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lymphangitis

(lim″fan-jiĀ“tis) inflammation of a lymphatic vessel.
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lymphangitis

inflammation of a lymphatic vessel or vessels. Acute lymphangitis may result from spread of bacterial infection (most commonly beta-haemolytic streptococci) into the lymphatics, manifested by painful subcutaneous red streaks along the course of the vessels.
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lymphangitis

lymphangitis Inflammation of lymph vessels.
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Lymphangitis

Lymphangitis is an inflammation or an infection of the lymphatic channels that occurs as a result of infection at a site distal to the channel. The most common cause of lymphangitis in humans is Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A strep), although it can also be caused by the fungus Sporothrix schenckii. Lymphangitis is sometimes mistakenly called `b....
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