Woringer-Kolopp disease

pagetoid reticulosis.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Woringer-Kolopp disease — Wo·rin·ger Ko·lopp disease (vo″rin zhārґ ko lopґ) [Frйdйric Woringer, French dermatologist, 1903–1964; P. Kolopp, French dermatologist, 20th century] pagetoid reticulosis; see under reticulosis …   Medical dictionary

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  • Kolopp — P., 20th century French dermatologist. See Woringer K. disease …   Medical dictionary

  • Woringer — M.M.F., 20th century French dermatologist. See W. Kolopp disease …   Medical dictionary

  • List of cutaneous conditions — This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. See also: Cutaneous conditions, Category:Cutaneous conditions, and ICD 10… …   Wikipedia

  • reticulosis — An increase in histiocytes, monocytes, or other reticuloendothelial elements. [reticulo + G. osis, condition] benign inoculation r. SYN: catscratch disease. leukemic r. obsolete term for monocytic leukemia. malignant midline r. obsolete …   Medical dictionary

  • Pagetoid reticulosis — Classification and external resources ICD O: 9700/3 Pagetoid reticulosis (also known as Acral mycoses fungoides, [1] Localized epidermotropic reticulosis, [1] Mycosis fungoides palmaris e …   Wikipedia

  • pagetoid reticulosis — a usually solitary skin lesion of long duration and slow growth characterized by large numbers of abnormal mononuclear cells infiltrating the epidermis and an underlying, reactive, mixed dermal infiltrate. Some authorities consider it an indolent …   Medical dictionary

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