Cowdry type A inclusion bodies

Cow·dry type A in·clu·sion bod·ies

(kow'drē),
dropletlike masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, with margination of chromatin on the nuclear membrane as seen in human herpesvirus-infected cells.

Cow·dry type A in·clu·sion bo·dies

(kow'drē tīp in-klū'zhŭn bod'ēz)
Dropletlike masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, with margination of chromatin on the nuclear membrane as seen in human herpesvirus-infected cells.

Cowdry,

Edmund Vincent, U.S. cytologist, 1888-1975.
Cowdry type A inclusion bodies - droplet-like masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, with margination of chromatin on the nuclear membrane.
Cowdry type B inclusion bodies - droplet-like masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, without other nuclear changes during early stages of development of the inclusion.