Gluge corpuscles

Glu·ge cor·pus·cles

(glū'gĕ),
large pus cells containing fat droplets.

Gluge corpuscles

(gloog′ĕ)
[Gottlieb Gluge, Ger. pathologist, 1812–1898]
Granular cells containing fat droplets, usually found in degenerating nervous tissue.

Gluge,

Gottlieb, German histologist, 1812-1898.
Gluge corpuscles - large pus cells containing fat droplets.