Medical Definition of Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma

1. A type of vascular cancer characterised by soft purple nodules that usually develop first on the feet and then slowly spread across the skin.This cancer is most often found in people with compromised immune systems, such as AIDS patients. (09 Oct 1997)

Multiple Idiopathic Haemorrhagic Sarcoma Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Multiple Idiopathic Haemorrhagic Sarcoma Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Multiple Idiopathic Haemorrhagic Sarcoma

multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2
multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2a
multiple epiphysial dysplasia
multiple exostosis
multiple expansion
multiple expansions
multiple exposure
multiple fission
multiple fracture
multiple fruit
multiple fruits
multiple gestation
multiple glandular deficiency syndrome
multiple hamartoma syndrome
multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma (current term)
multiple infection
multiple inheritance
multiple intestinal polyposis
multiple lentigines syndrome
multiple level
multiple levels
multiple lipoprotein-type hyperlipidaemia
multiple mononeuropathy
multiple mucosal neuroma syndrome
multiple myeloma
multiple myelomatosis
multiple myositis
multiple neuritis
multiple organ failure

Other Resources Relating to: Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma

Search for Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma on!Search for Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma on!Search for Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma on Google!Search for Multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma on Wikipedia!