Anitschkow

A·nitsch·kow

(ah-nich'kov),
Nikolai, Russian pathologist, 1885-1964. See: Anitschkow cell, Anitschkow myocyte.
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The current era of atherosclerosis research began in 1913 when Nikolai Anitschkow demonstrated that, when fed large amounts of cholesterol, rabbits developed vascular lesions similar to atherosclerosis seen in humans.
At the bases of the vegetations, there were fibroblasts, Anitschkow cells and macrophages.
The cardiovascular disease epidemic has challenged the medical community since Anitschkow and Chalatow established cholesterol's role in causing atherosclerosis (1).