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lymphomatosis

(lɪmˌfəʊməˈtəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) any disorder consisting of multiple lymphomas in the body
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lym•pho•ma•to•sis

(ˌlɪm foʊ məˈtoʊ sɪs)

n.
lymphoma spread throughout the body.
[1895–1900]
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Sakai et al., "A case of recurrent ischemic stroke due to intravascular lymphomatosis, undiagnosed by random skin biopsy and brain imaging," Case Reports in Neurology, vol.
Evidence in favor of its reclassification as "intravascular lymphomatosis"," American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.
Jagannathan, "Peritoneal lymphomatosis: CT and PET/CT findings and how to differentiate between carcinomatosis and sarcomatosis," Cancer Imaging, vol.
(2) Differential diagnosis of NL includes leptomeningeal lymphomatosis, nerve damage by herpes zoster or enlarged lymph nodes, chemotherapy or radiation plexopathy, and lymphoma associated vasculitis and paraneoplastic syndromes.
Lymphomatosis cerebri: A rare form of primary central nervous system lymphoma.
Peritoneal lymphomatosis is a rare presentation of extranodal lymphoma, usually associated with diffuse B cell lymphoma [3-5].
Go et al., "Intravascular lymphomatosis: A clinicopathological study of two cases presenting as an interstitial lung disease," Histopathology, vol.
(11) The most common cause of ocular neoplasia in chickens is Marek's disease, caused by a herpesvirus, which can lead to ocular lymphomatosis, with uveitis as a common clinical sign.
Intravascular lymphomatosis presenting as adult respiratory distress syndrome.
Differential diagnoses of PMP include peritoneal carcinomatosis, lymphomatosis, sarcomatosis, infectious peritonitis, inflammatory pseudotumour, gliomatosis peritonei, peritoneal hydatidosis and peritoneal melanosis.
Evidence in favor of its reclassification as 'intravascular lymphomatosis'," American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.