Medical Definition of Lupoid leishmaniasis

1. A partially healing leishmanial lesion caused by Leishmania tropica and characterised by an extreme form of cellular immune response, intense granuloma production, fibrinoid necrosis without caseation, and frequent development of satellite lesions that continue the production of granulomatous tissue without healing, sometimes over a period of many years; organisms are difficult to demonstrate but can be cultured. Synonym: lupoid leishmaniasis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lupoid Leishmaniasis

lupercalia
lupiform
lupin
lupinarian
lupine
lupinelike
lupines
lupinidine
lupinin
lupinine
lupinines
lupinosis
lupins
lupoid
lupoid hepatitis
lupoid leishmaniasis (current term)
lupoid sycosis
lupoid ulcer
lupous
luppen
luppie
luppies
lupulin
lupuline
lupulinic
lupulinic acid
lupulins
lupus
lupus-like syndrome
lupus anticoagulant

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