leukemia cutis leukemia cu·tis (kyōō’tĭs)
Leukemia characterized by sometimes nodular yellow-brown, red, blue-red, or purple skin lesions, associated with infiltrations or accumulations of leukemic cells in the skin.
[loo-kee-mee-uh] /luˈki mi ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. any of several cancers of the bone marrow that prevent the normal manufacture of red and white blood cells and platelets, resulting in anemia, increased susceptibility to infection, and impaired blood clotting. adj. also leukaemic, 1852; see leukemia + -ic. n. 1851, on model of German Leukämie (1848), […]
[ri-tik-yuh-loh-en-doh-thee-lee-oh-sis] /rɪˈtɪk yə loʊˌɛn doʊˌθi liˈoʊ sɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. . leukemic reticuloendotheliosis n. See hairy cell leukemia.
- Leukemic retinopathy
leukemic retinopathy n. A condition of the retina occurring in all types of leukemia and characterized by the presence of a yellow-orange fundus, engorgement and tortuosity of retinal veins, scattered hemorrhages, and edema of the retina and optic disk.
[loo-kee-mid] /luˈki mɪd/ noun 1. any cutaneous lesion that occurs in . leukemid leu·ke·mid (lōō-kē’mĭd) n. Any of various nonspecific cutaneous lesions that are associated with leukemia but that are not accumulations of leukemic cells.