Comparative Importance of the Lymphatic System during Neoplastic Progression: Lymphohematogenous Spreading

  • H. E. Kaiser
Part of the Cancer Growth and Progression book series (CAGP, volume 1)


The phylogenetic development of body fluids and related structures spans from lowest eumetazoans to man (74, 127–129).


Regional Lymph Node Neoplastic Cell Lymphatic System Thoracic Duct Lymphatic Metastasis 
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