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Figure 1: 1.5-h images of normal (a and b) and abnormal (c and d) lymphoscintigrams. 1.5-h images of normal (a and b) and abnormal (c and d) lymphoscintigrams. (a and b), There is fairly uniform migration of tracer to the ilioinguinal lymph nodes. (c) There is dermal backflow in the left lower limb, due to interruption of the lymphatic channels, and although not readily apparent, slightly less tracer reaches the left ilioinguinal nodes compared to the right; hence quantitative analysis would be of value in this case. (d) There is congenital aplasia of the lymphatic channels on the right and no tracer reaches the ilioinguinal nodes

Figure 1: 1.5-h images of normal (a and b) and abnormal (c and d) lymphoscintigrams. 1.5-h images of normal (a and b) and abnormal (c and d) lymphoscintigrams. (a and b), There is fairly uniform migration of tracer to the ilioinguinal lymph nodes. (c) There is dermal backflow in the left lower limb, due to interruption of the lymphatic channels, and although not readily apparent, slightly less tracer reaches the left ilioinguinal nodes compared to the right; hence quantitative analysis would be of value in this case. (d) There is congenital aplasia of the lymphatic channels on the right and no tracer reaches the ilioinguinal nodes