bilharzioma

bil·har·zi·o·ma

(bil-har'zē-ō'mă),
A tumorlike inflammatory and fibrous swelling of the intestinal serosa, mesentery, or skin, caused by schistosomiasis.

bilharzioma

An inflammatory mass caused by a schistosomal infection which typically occurs in the skin, but may been in other sites—e.g., in the kidney, bladder, spinal cord, rectosigmoid, and elsewhere.