[lim-foh-sahr-koh-muh] /ˌlɪm foʊ sɑrˈkoʊ mə/

noun, Pathology.
a malignant tumor in lymphatic tissue, caused by the growth of abnormal lymphocytes.

lymphosarcoma lym·pho·sar·co·ma (lĭm’fō-sär-kō’mə)
A diffuse malignant lymphoma.

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