reticulosarcoma


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reticulosarcoma

(rĕ-tĭk″ū-lō-săr-kō′mă) [″ + Gr. sarx, flesh, + oma, tumor]
A neoplasm composed of large monocytic cells that originated in the mononuclear phagocyte of the lymph and other glands.

reticulosarcoma

An obsolete term for non-Hodgkin's LYMPHOMA.
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