Mikulicz syndrome

Mi·ku·licz syn·drome

(mē'kū-lich),
the symptoms characteristic of Mikulicz disease occurring as a complication of some other disease, such as lymphoma, leukemia, or uveoparotid fever.

Mikulicz syndrome

Benign lymphoepithelial lesion of the parotid and lacrimal glands (Mikulicz disease), which is secondary to another condition—e.g., tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, lymphoma and Sjögren syndrome.

Mi·ku·licz syn·drome

(mē'kū-lich sin'drōm)
The symptoms characteristic of Mikulicz disease occurring as a complication of some other disease, such as lymphoma, leukemia, or uveoparotid fever.

Mikulicz,

Johannes (Jan) von-Radecki, Polish surgeon in Germany, 1850-1905.
Heineke-Mikulicz herniorrhaphy
Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty - see under Heineke
Mikulicz angle
Mikulicz aphthae - a severe form of aphthae. Synonym(s): aphthae major
Mikulicz clamp
Mikulicz crusher
Mikulicz disease - benign swelling of the lacrimal, and usually also of the salivary glands, in consequence of an infiltration of and replacement of the normal gland structure by lymphoid tissue.
Mikulicz drain
Mikulicz forceps
Mikulicz incision
Mikulicz mask - gauze-covered frame, worn over the nose and mouth while performing surgery.
Mikulicz operation
Mikulicz pack
Mikulicz pad
Mikulicz retractor
Mikulicz sponge
Mikulicz syndrome - symptoms characteristic of Mikulicz disease occurring as a complication of some other disease, such as lymphoma or leukemia.
Mikulicz-Vladimiroff amputation - an osteoplastic resection of the foot. Synonym(s): Vladimiroff-Mikulicz amputation
Vladimiroff-Mikulicz amputation - Synonym(s): Mikulicz-Vladimiroff amputation

Mi·ku·licz syn·drome

(mē'kū-lich sin'drōm)
The symptoms characteristic of Mikulicz disease occurring as a complication of some other disease.
References in periodicals archive ?
Mikulicz syndrome associated with a malignant large cell gastric lymphoma: A case report and review of the literature.
This was thought to represent Mikulicz Syndrome, and preauricular lymph nodes removed at the time of biopsy were consistent with benign fibrotic nodes.