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lymphoreticular

 [lim″fo-rĕ-tik´u-ler]
pertaining to the reticuloendothelial cells of lymph nodes.
lymphoreticular disorders a group of disorders of the lymphoreticular system, characterized by the proliferation of lymphocytes or lymphoid tissues; they may be either benign (such as lymphocytosis) or malignant (such as lymphoblastic leukemias, multiple myeloma, or non-Hodgkin's lymphomas). See also lymphoproliferative disorders.

lymphoreticular

/lym·pho·re·tic·u·lar/ (-rĕ-tik´u-ler) pertaining to the cells or tissues of both the lymphoid and reticuloendothelial systems.

lymphoreticular

(lim″fō-rĕ-tik′yŭ-lăr) [ lympho- + reticular]
Pert. to the lymphocyte, to the mononuclear phagocyte system, and to the tissues that support their growth.
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For nine of the positive tissue homogenates, prepared from fresh central nervous, lymphoreticular, or distal ileum tissue, the proportion of positive mice ([greater than or equal to] 40%) indicated moderate or high levels of spongiform encephalopathy infectivity.
supres]), a highly reliable indicator of infection, in lymphoreticular tissues such as spleen, tonsil, lymph nodes, and appendix (1).
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For example, the lymphoreticular system, and the spleen in particular, has been implicated in the pathology of TSEs (59).