neurolymphomatosis

(redirected from neurolymphomatosis gallinarum)

neu·ro·lym·pho·ma·to·sis

(nū'rō-lim'fō-mă-tō'sis),
Lymphoblastic invasion of a nerve.

neurolymphomatosis

A rare lymphoma with a predilection for peripheral and cranial nerves, lumbar and brachial plexi and nerve roots, meninges, and vessels in the brain;12 of cases are accompanied by systemic lymphoma, which may be clinically silent; NLM may present as a painful chronic sensorimotor neuropathy with asymmetric distribution and prominent bulbar involvement; it is associated with HIV and HTLV-I infections

neurolymphomatosis

(nū″rō-lĭm″fō-mă-tō′sĭs) [″ + L. lympha, lymph, + Gr. oma, tumor, + osis, condition]
Malignant lymphoma involving the nervous system.