lymphatic leukemia n.
See lymphocytic leukemia.
This cell never appears in normal blood; extremely rarely in leukocytosis; and never abundantly in lymphatic leukemia.
When marked, the blood cannot be distinguished from that of lymphatic leukemia.
A marked increase, accompanied by an increase in the total leukocyte count, is seen in pertussis and lymphatic leukemia.
Pseudoleukemia, because of its clinical similarity to lymphatic leukemia, is generally described along with leukemia.