lymphoid hyperplasia

a form of chronic lymphadenitis occurring as an immunologic response, often induced by drugs, and characterized by transformation of T cells to lymphoblasts, endothelial cell hypertrophy, and the presence of a mixed leukocyte infiltrate. Called also reactive or reactive lymphoid h.

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