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histiocyte

[′his·tē·ə‚sīt]
(histology)
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HistoCyte's products will also be sold around the world through life science firm Sigma Aldrich.
Plenty myeloid cell line nucleated red blood predominantly of cells are seen and myelocytes with few many mature and blue histocytes and immature leucocytes pseudogaucher cell.
In the dermis, there are moderately dense perivascular and diffuse infiltrates composed of small, mature lymphocytes admixed with occasional histocytes and plasma cells.
Histological finding are similar among human, dog and rabbit which are round-to-polyhedral neoplastic cells that resembled histocytes; round-oval-nuclei, highly mitosis, pleomorphism; atypical nuclei and cytoplasm are predominant; and a large number of muti-nucleated giant cells (see table 1).
synoviocytes, histocytes. etc.) or rare malignant Cells.
Langerhans' cell histiocytosis occurs as a consequence of accumulation and or proliferation of one of the cell types of histocytes. One form of this was previously known as Hand-Schuller-Christian disease and usually occurs before the age of 5 years, but can occur in adolescents and even young adults [Hartman and Colonel, 1980].
FNAC results were considered positive for TB showing chronic inflammatory cells especially epithelioid cell and histocytes forming small granulomas.