histiocyte

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histiocyte

[′his·tē·ə‚sīt]
(histology)
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In the dermis, there are moderately dense perivascular and diffuse infiltrates composed of small, mature lymphocytes admixed with occasional histocytes and plasma cells.
Bone marrow aspiration revealed normal cellularity with marked hemophagocytic histocytes (Figure 1).
Variety capsulatum presents as small (3-[micro]n) oval yeasts free or inside histocytes or macrophages (Figure 1), whereas yeasts of variety duboisii are large (7-15 [micro]m), globose to ovoid, thick-walled, and typically lemon-shaped with a narrow budding (Figure 2).
Pathological examination of the native liver revealed active fulminant hepatitis with total hepatocyte necrosis and extensive parenchymal infiltration by lymphocytes, histocytes, and occasional eosinophils (5).