Mikulicz disease Mi·ku·licz disease (mĭk’ə-lĭch’, mē’kōō-)
Benign swelling of the lacrimal glands and usually also of the salivary glands as a result of infiltration and replacement of the normal gland structure by lymphoid tissue.
- Mikulicz drain
Mikulicz drain n. A drain made of several strings of gauze placed into a wound and held together by a single layer of gauze.
- Mikulicz operation
Mikulicz operation n. Excision of the bowel in two stages: the diseased area is first exteriorized, enclosed by the abdomen around it, and excised; then the spur is cut and the stoma closed.
- Mikulicz syndrome
Mikulicz syndrome n. Enlargement of the lacrimal and salivary glands occurring as a complication of a disease other than Mikulicz’s disease, such as lymphosarcoma, leukemia, or uveoparotid fever.
[Sephardic Hebrew mee-kvah; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English mik-vuh] /Sephardic Hebrew miˈkvɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English ˈmɪk və/ noun, plural mikvoth, mikvot, mikvos [Sephardic Hebrew mee-kvawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew mik-vohs] /Sephardic Hebrew miˈkvɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪk voʊs/ (Show IPA). English, mikvahs [mik-vuh z] /ˈmɪk vəz/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. a ritual bath to which Orthodox Jews are traditionally required […]