Aschoff bodies

Aschoff bodies
讙讜砖讬砖讬 转讗讬诐 诇讘谞讬诐 拽讟谞讬诐 讛诪转讛讜讜讬诐 讘专拽诪转 讛诇讘 砖诇 讞讜诇讬诐 讛诇讜拽讬诐 讘讚诇拽转 专讗讜诪讟讬转 砖诇 砖专讬专 讛诇讘
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讘诇讛 专讬专砖 诇砖 转讬讟诪讜讗专 转拽诇讚讘 诐讬拽讜诇讛 诐讬诇讜讞 诇砖 讘诇讛 转诪拽专讘 诐讬讜讜讛转诪讛 诐讬谞讟拽 诐讬谞讘诇 诐讬讗转 讬砖讬砖讜讙

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  • Aschoff bodies 鈥 perivascular foci of inflammation in the interstitial tissues of the heart in rheumatic fever; the lesions consist of a central area of necrosis surrounded by a rosette of Anichkov cells. Called also Aschoff nodules 鈥   Medical dictionary

  • Aschoff bodies 鈥 Small granulomas composed of macrophages, lymphocytes and multinucleate cells grouped around eosinophilic hyaline material derived from collagen. Characteristic of the myocarditis of rheumatic fever 鈥   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • Aschoff bodies 鈥 small clusters of cells and leukocytes that form in heart tissue of patients with rheumatic myocarditis (Pathology) 鈥   English contemporary dictionary

  • Aschoff bodies (nodules) cell node 鈥 Asch路off bodies (nodules), cell, node (ahsh覒of) [Karl Albert Ludwig Aschoff, German pathologist, 1866芒鈧1942] see under body and cell, and see nodus atrioventricularis 鈥   Medical dictionary

  • Aschoff nodules 鈥 Aschoff bodies 鈥   Medical dictionary

  • Aschoff body 鈥 Aschoff bodies or Aschoff nodules are painless nodules present in rheumatic fever. AppearanceIt is an area of focal interstitial myocardial inflammation. Fully developed Aschoff bodies consist of fibrinoid change in connective tissue, lymphocytes 鈥   Wikipedia

  • Aschoff, Karl Albert Ludwig 鈥 鈻 German pathologist born Jan. 10, 1866, Berlin, Prussia [now in Germany] died June 24, 1942, Freiburg im Breisgau, Ger. 聽聽聽聽聽聽German pathologist who recognized the phagocytic (capable of engulfing bacteria and other substances) activity of… 鈥   Universalium

  • Aschoff 鈥 Karl Ludwig, German pathologist, 1866鈥1942. See A. bodies, under body, A. nodules, under nodule, node of A. and Tawara, Rokitansky A. sinuses, under sinus, A. cell 鈥   Medical dictionary

  • Ludwig Aschoff 鈥 Infobox Scientist name = Ludwig Aschoff caption = Karl Albert Ludwig Aschoff birth date = birth date|1866|1|10|mf=y birth place = Berlin, Prussia death date = death date and age|1942|6|24|1866|1|10|mf=y death place = Freiburg, Germany residence 鈥   Wikipedia

  • Masson bodies 鈥 the cellular components that fill the pulmonary alveoli and alveolar ducts in rheumatic pneumonia, thought to be modified Aschoff bodies 鈥   Medical dictionary

  • body 鈥 1. The head, neck, trunk, and extremities. The human b., consisting of head (caput), neck (collum), trunk (truncus), and limbs (membra). 2. The material part of a human, as distinguished from the 鈥   Medical dictionary


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