Medical Dictionary

Sezary cell

noun Se·za·ry cell \ˌsā-zä-ˈrē-\

Medical Definition of Sezary cell

  1. :  any of the large mononuclear T cells with irregularly shaped nuclei that are characteristic of the sezary syndrome

Biographical Note for sezary cell




(1880–1956), French physician. Sézary was associated with clinics and research laboratories in Paris. He specialized in venereal disease and diseases of the skin but also did research within neurology and endocrinology. His publications covered such topics as disorders of the adrenal glands, tuberculin therapy, and antituberculous serotherapy. He was the author of a number of works on syphilis and its treatment and a dermatology text.

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