pagetoid reticulosis

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reticulosis

 [rĕ-tik″u-lo´sis]
an abnormal increase in cells derived from or related to the reticuloendothelial cells.
familial histiocytic reticulosis (histiocytic medullary reticulosis) a fatal hereditary disorder marked by anemia, granulocytopenia, thrombocytopenia, phagocytosis of blood cells, diffuse proliferation of histiocytes, and enlargement of the liver, spleen, and lymph nodes.
midline malignant reticulosis lethal midline granuloma thought to be due to lymphoma.
pagetoid reticulosis a solitary skin lesion of long duration and slow growth characterized histologically by large numbers of abnormal mononuclear cells infiltrating the epidermis with an underlying reactive mixed dermal infiltrate.

pag·et·oid re·tic·u·lo·sis

a usually solitary verrucous plaque on the extremities characterized histologically by predominantly epidermal infiltration of mononuclear cells resembling those found in mycosis fungoides; prognosis is good.

pagetoid reticulosis

A cutaneous T-cell lymphoma that is either:
(1) Localised (Woringer-Kolopp type); or
(2) Generalised (Ketron-Goodman type).

Woringer,

Frédéric, French dermatologist, 1903-1964.
Woringer-Kolopp disease - a benign localized form of lymphoma. Synonym(s): pagetoid reticulosis

reticulosis

an abnormal increase in cells derived from or related to the monocyte macrophage.

familial histiocytic reticulosis, histiocytic medullary reticulosis
see malignant histiocytosis.
inflammatory reticulosis
see granulomatous meningoencephalomyelitis.
pagetoid reticulosis
a lymphoproliferative disease of the skin in dogs; it may be a variant of mycosis fungoides. There are erythematous plaques, ulcers and vesicles on the oral mucosa and footpads.