DRAINAGE OF THE
are connected to those of the rectum, vulva and cervix
Superior vessels accompany the uterine vessels to the
external iliac nodes
Intermediaet vessel pass to the internal iliac nodes by accompanying the
Inferior vessels below the hymen (draining the vulva and skin of perineum)
pass to the superficial inguinal nodes except that of the clitoris which
pass to the deep inguinal nodes.
(external and internal inguinal nodes)
belong to the lateral aortic nodes and they pass to the lumbar lymph
trunk, which ends in the abdominal confluence of lymph trunks or the cisterna
chyli that enter the thoracic duct.