Eberth lines

E·berth lines

(ā'berth),
lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.

E·berth lines

(ā'bĕrt līnz)
Lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.

Eberth,

Karl J., German physician, 1835-1926.
Eberth bacillus - a species that causes typhoid fever and is transmitted in contaminated water and food. Synonym(s): Salmonella typhi; typhoid bacillus
Eberth lines - lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.
Eberth perithelium - an incomplete layer of connective tissue cells encasing the blood capillaries.