Definition of reticulosis in English:

reticulosis

Pronunciation /rɪˌtɪkjʊˈləʊsɪs/

noun

Medicine
  • Proliferation (benign or malignant) of reticular, reticuloendothelial, or lymphoreticular cells; disease characterized by this; an instance of this.

    Many of the diseases originally categorized as reticulosis are now regarded as forms of malignant lymphoma or leukaemia.

Origin

1920s (in an earlier sense). From reticulo- + -osis.