lymphomatosis

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lymphomatosis

 [lim″fo-mah-to´sis]
the formation of multiple malignant cell infiltrations of the lymphatic system.

lym·pho·ma·to·sis

(lim'fō-mă-to'sis),
Any condition characterized by the occurrence of multiple, widely distributed sites of involvement with lymphoma.

lymphomatosis

/lym·pho·ma·to·sis/ (lim″fo-mah-to´sis) the formation of multiple lymphomas in the body.

lymphomatosis

Oncology Extensive lymphomatous involvement of various body regions. See Intravascular lymphomatosis, Neurolymphomatosis.

lym·pho·ma·to·sis

(lim'fō-mă-tō'sis)
Any condition characterized by the occurrence of multiple, widely distributed sites of involvement with lymphoma.

lymphomatosis

the formation of multiple lymphomas in the body. In cows the lesions are caused by the virus of bovine viral leukosis, in cats by the feline leukemia virus, in chickens by the avian leukosis, rous sarcoma group of viruses. The canine disease is canine malignant lymphoma.

lymphomatosis carcinomatosa
invasion of alveolar septa by metastatic neoplastic cells. Occurs most commonly in dogs with metastasis from anaplastic scirrhous mammary carcinomas. Called also diffuse alveolar septal metastasis.