lymphocytosis

[lim-fuh-sahy-toh-sis]

Origin of lymphocytosis

First recorded in 1895–1900; lymphocyte + -osis
Related formslym·pho·cy·tot·ic [lim-foh-sahy-tot-ik] /ˌlɪm foʊ saɪˈtɒt ɪk/, adjective
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Examples from the Web for lymphocytosis

Historical Examples of lymphocytosis

  • Only one single substance has so far been mentioned in the literature as capable in itself of producing a lymphocytosis.

  • Doubtless in these cases also the lymphocytosis is due to the stimulation and swelling of the tracheobronchial glands.


British Dictionary definitions for lymphocytosis

lymphocytosis

noun
  1. an abnormally large number of lymphocytes in the blood: often found in diseases such as glandular fever and smallpox
Derived Formslymphocytotic (ˌlɪmfəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk), adjective
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lymphocytosis in Medicine

lymphocytosis

[lĭm′fō-sī-tōsĭs]
n.
  1. A condition marked by an abnormal increase in the number of lymphocytes in the bloodstream, usually resulting from infection or inflammation.lymphocythemia lymphocytic leukocytosis
Related formslym′pho•cy•totic (-tŏtĭk) adj.
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