Russell bodies

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Russell bodies

[′rəs·əl ‚bäd·ēz]
(pathology)
Hyaline eosinophilic globules 4-5 micrometers in diameter, thought to be particles of antibody globulin, occurring in the cytoplasm of plasma cells in chronic inflammatory exudates.
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