leukemid

leukemid

 [loo-ke´mid]
any of the polymorphic skin eruptions associated with leukemia; clinically, they may be nonspecific (papular, macular, purpuric, etc.), but histopathologically they may represent true leukemic infiltrations.

leu·ke·mid

(lū-kē'mid),
Any nonspecific type of cutaneous lesion that is frequently associated with leukemia, but is not a localized accumulation of leukemic cells; for example, petechiae, vesicles, wheals, bullae, hematomas, and the lesions of exfoliative dermatitis and herpes zoster.
[leuko- + G. haima, blood, + id (1)]

leukemid

/leu·ke·mid/ (loo-ke´mid) any of the polymorphic skin eruptions associated with leukemia; clinically, they may be nonspecific, i.e., papular, macular, purpuric, etc., but histopathologically they may represent true leukemic infiltrations.

leukemid

(lo͞o-kē′mĭd)
n.
Any of various nonspecific cutaneous lesions that are associated with leukemia.

leu·ke·mid

(lū-kē'mid)
Any nonspecific type of cutaneous lesion that is associated with leukemia but is not a localized accumulation of leukemic cells (e.g., petechiae, vesicles, wheals, bullae, hematomas, and the lesions of exfoliative dermatitis and herpes zoster).
Synonym(s): leukaemid.
[leuko- + G. haima, blood, + id (1)]