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lym·pho·poi·et·ic

(lim'fō-poy-et'ik),
Pertaining to or characterized by lymphopoiesis.

lymphopoietic

adjective Referring to formation of lymph or lymphocytes

lym·pho·poi·et·ic

(lim'fō-poy-et'ik)
Pertaining to or characterized by lymphopoiesis.

lymphopoiesis

(lim″fŏ-poy-ē′sĭs) [ lymph- + -poiesis]
The formation of lymphocytes or of lymphoid tissue.
lymphopoietic (-poy-et′ik), adjective
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Dose-response relations were observed for death from hemato- and lymphopoietic cancers and from upper aerodigestive tract cancers, adjusting for age, time since first monitored, pay type, and external (gamma) radiation dose.
Accordingly, we conducted dose-response analyses for a) lung cancer (ICD-9 162); b) upper aerodigestive tract cancers encompassing the naso-oropharyngeal regions, esophagus, and stomach (ICD-9 140-151); c) hemato- and lymphopoietic cancers (ICD-9 200-208, excluding chronic lymphatic leukemias); d) urinary-tract cancers (ICD-9 188-189); and e) prostate cancer (ICD-9 185).
non-angiosarcoma), particularly hepatocellular carcinoma; respiratory system; digestive system other than the liver; lymphopoietic and hematopoietic tissue; brain and other central nervous system; and malignant melanoma.
c] All causes of death 1,934 109(*) All malignant neoplasm 423 100 Respiratory system cancer 151 106 Central nervous system cancer - - Breast cancer 2 311 Thyroid cancer - - Leukemia 19 115 All other lymphopoietic cancer 18 100 Nonmalignant respiratory disease 156 110 All heart disease 817 116(*) All external causes 156 109 Total mortality White females (n = 15,707(b) Cause of death Obs [SMR.