Nodular lymphoma

nodular lymphoma n.
Malignant lymphoma characterized by nodules resembling normal lymph nodes but consisting of undifferentiated cells that are similar to lymphocytes or contain variable numbers of larger histiocytelike cells. Also called Brill-Symmers disease, follicular lymphoma.


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