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Figure 13: 1 parotid lymph node; 2, 2′, 2″ mandibular lymph nodes; 3, 3′ superficial cervical lymph nodes; 4 accessory axillary lymph node; 5 popliteal lymph node; 6 lymph vessels from the buccal gingiva of the maxillary teeth; 7 lymph vessels from the buccal gingiva of the mandibular teeth; 81-89 lymph vessels that go to the medial side of the leg (85-88 are lymph vessels that run to the superficial inguinal lymph nodes; 82 and 82, 83 and 83, 84 and 84 are the same lymph vessels); 91 lymph vessels from the skin of the ventral chest; 92-95 lymph vessels that go to the lateral side of the leg; 92 and 92, 93 and 93, 94 and 94, 95 and 95 are the same lymph vessels; 10 lymph vessel that crosses the median plane; 11 lymph vessels of the external nose; 12 lymph vessel that runs deep to the medial retropharyngeal lymph node; 13, 13′ lymph vessels running to the axillary lymph node; 14 lymph vessels running to the medial iliac lymph node; 15 lymph vessels opening into the superficial inguinal lymph nodes; 16 lymph vessels passing from the palmar to the dorsal side; 17, 17′ lymph vessels running to the superficial inguinal lymph nodes. a muscles of the cheek; b M. masseter; c, c’ cervical skin muscle; d M. trapezius; e M. omotransversarius; f M. supraspinatus; g M. brachiocephalicus; h, h’ M. deltoideus; i Caput logum and k Caput laterale of the M. triceps brachii; l antebrachial cephalic vein; l’ accessory cephalic vein; m abdominal skin muscle; n stifle fold; o M. gluteus superficialis; p M. biceps femoris; q M. semitendinosus; r great saphenous vein; s small saphenous vein; t medial femoral lymph node; u upper and v lower eyelid. Source: Dr. Hermann Baum (1918). (This work is in the public domain).