gliomatosis gli·o·ma·to·sis (glē-ō’mə-tō’sĭs, glī-)
Neoplastic growth of neuroglial cells in the brain or spinal cord, especially one of relatively large size or having multiple foci. Also called neurogliomatosis.


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