lymphoreticular


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lymphoreticular

a. linforreticular, rel. a células reticuloendoteliales de los nódulos linfáticos.
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The virus demonstrates a strong affinity for the reticuloendothelial tissues and hepatocytes and destroys the bone marrow and various lymphoreticular foci in the body, resulting in severe leukopenia.
For PPRV diagnosis in the examined species, tissue of the lymphoreticular system, in particular tonsils (Figure 2, panel D), head and lung-associated lymph nodes, mesenteric lymph nodes, and small intestinal Peyer's patches, were found most suitable for postmortem diagnosis with PCR and immunohistochemistry.
Diffuse pulmonary lymphoreticular infiltrations associated with dysproteinemia.
Due to her clinical symptoms, upper endoscopy was performed, and a variegated fungating mass with very prominent lymphoreticular nodularity and friability was found along the medial aspect of the lesser curvature of the stomach at the juncture of the body with the antrum.
Brain MRI showed no evidence of metastases or lymphoreticular disorder.
After detection of multiple opacities with a repeated negative ultrasound imaging, these directed us to perform a CECT of chest and abdomen in view of looking for lymphoreticular malignancy.
Extramedullary involvement of GIT with leukemia is rare as most patients are more likely to present with involvement of lymphoreticular organs and sanctuary sites such as the brain, testes, and ovaries.
Lymphomas represent clonal malignancies of lymphoreticular system in which the majority of the cells are frozen at a single stage of normal differentiation.1 Two broad types of lymphomas are named as HD and NHL.2
Introduction: The Wiscott Aldrich syndrome (WAS) is X-linked recessive disorder associated with microplatelet thrombocytopenia, eczema, secondary pyogenic and an increased risk of autoimmunity and lymphoreticular neoplasia.
In 1863 Virchow described the presence of inflammatory leukocytes in tumor tissues and proposed a concept that the "lymphoreticular infiltrate" in the tumor reflects the origin of chronic inflammation at the tumor site [1].
The rest of the systemic examinations, including the lymphoreticular and cardiovascular examinations, were unremarkable.
Extranodal involvement by NLPHL is rare and usually arises in the context of documented nodal disease and/or in other lymphoreticular organs.