lymphocytapheresis lym·pho·cy·ta·phe·re·sis (lĭm’fō-sī’tə-fə-rē’sĭs)
Removal of lymphocytes from donated blood, with the remainder of the blood retransfused into the donor. Also called lymphapheresis.
[lim-fuh-sahyt] /ˈlɪm fəˌsaɪt/ noun, Anatomy. 1. a type of white blood cell having a large, spherical nucleus surrounded by a thin layer of nongranular cytoplasm. /ˈlɪmfəʊˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a type of white blood cell formed in lymphoid tissue See also B-lymphocyte, T-lymphocyte n. cell found in the lymph, 1890, from Latin lympho- (see lymph) + […]
lymphocythemia lym·pho·cy·the·mi·a (lĭm’fə-sī-thē’mē-ə) n. See lymphocytosis.
- Lymphocytic leukemia
lymphocytic leukemia n. Leukemia characterized by the proliferation and enlargement of lymphoid tissue in various sites and by increased numbers of lymphocytic cells in the blood and in various tissues and organs. Also called lymphatic leukemia, lymphoid leukemia.
- Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus
lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus n. A virus of the genus Arenavirus that is the causative agent of lymphocytic choriomeningitis.