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The efferent lymphatic vessels of the eyeball muscles

, : The efferent lymphatic vessels of the eyeball muscles. Sb Nauchn Tr Dagest Med Inst (6): 389-391

The efferent lymphatic eyeball vessels and their connection with the lymphatic collectors and the venous system were studied in 20 human corpses. Iosifov's method was used, as well as subsequent dissection. The majority of the efferent lymphatic vessels of eyeball muscles originate from the lymphatic capillary endomysial network and proceed to the Tenon capsule, after passing through the tendons of the corresponding muscles. There, the vessels divide into fine branches, which join the lymphatic network of the conjunctiva. The efferent vessels of the lymphatic conjunctiva network form 2 groups in the area of the canthus, a medial and a lateral group. On reaching the confluence site of the general facial vein and the inner jugular vein, these 2 vessel groups form a common lymphatic collector which takes the same direction as the jugular vein.


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