The paper deals with methods and results of the microcorrosion cast technique in lymph angiology. For the representation of the special organization of the lymph vascular system including the initial vascular structures, intranodal pathways, bigger collectors, and lymph trunks, the application of various injection techniques is necessary. The interstitial injection of Mercox proves to be suitable to show the initial lymphatics and prelymphatic spaces. Similarly, the intranodal injection makes visible the system of the lymph sinuses and the spaces of the reticular tissue in this organ. Casts of bigger collecting vessels, lymph trunks, and thoracic duct can be obtained by direct injection of the resin into the vascular lumen. Thus, these techniques enable to make visible the structural details of the cast preparations of all parts of the lymphatic system.
"Corrosion Cast Technique Applied in Lymphatic Pathways,"
Scanning Electron Microscopy: Vol. 1986
, Article 29.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/electron/vol1986/iss2/29