Definition of Leukemic

1. Adjective. Relating to leukemia. ¹



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Definition of Leukemic

1. one affected with leukemia [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leukemic

leukaemic infiltration
leukaemic leukaemia
leukaemic myelosis
leukaemic reticuloendotheliosis
leukaemic reticulosis
leukaemic retinitis
leukaemic retinopathy
leukaemogeneses
leukaemogenesis
leukanaemia
leukapheresis
leukapheresises
leukasmus
leukemia
leukemias
leukemic (current term)
leukemics
leukemid
leukemogen
leukemogeneses
leukemogenesis
leukemogenic
leukemoid
leukemoid reaction
leukhæmia
leukin
leuko-
leukoagglutinin
leukoaraiosis
leukobilin

Literary usage of Leukemic

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1. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi by Edward Leroy Oatman (1920)
"HEMORRHAGIC leukemic RETINITIS. In this form of retinitis the signs of ... leukemic HEMORRHAGIC RETINITIS. Right fundus oculi of a man 32 years of age. ..."

2. A Text book of ophthalmology by John Westley Wright (1896)
"leukemic retinitis. Another form which is very common, pigmentary retinitis, or retinitis pigmentosa, has been attributed to constitutional affections, ..."

3. Essentials of Diagnosis by Solomon Solis-Cohen, Augustus Adolph Eshner (1902)
"What is infantile pseudo-leukemic anemia ? Jaksch has described in infants a form of anemia in the last stage of which there are a deficiency of red ..."

4. Diseases of the Liver, Pancreas and Suprarenal Capsules by Reginald Heber Fitz, Leopold Oser, Frederick A. Packard (1903)
"leukemic AND LYMPHOMATOUS TUMORS OF T The lesions of the liver seen in leukemia and in ... leukemic ..."

5. Compend of Special Pathology by Alfred Edward Thayer (1902)
"leukemic Hyperplasia.—In the splenic form of leukemia the organ undergoes a ... The first stage of the leukemic spleen is fairly soft and on the cut surface ..."

6. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"These observations seem to indicate that the leukemic process in a mild degree may ... While the neoplastic nature of the entire leukemic process has never ..."

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