Masson argentaffin stain

Mas·son ar·gen·taf·fin stain

(mah-sawn[h]'),
a stain used to stain enterochromaffin granules brown-black.

Mas·son ar·gen·taf·fin stain

(mas-ōn' ahr-jen'tă-fin stān)
A stain used to stain enterochromaffin granules brown-black.

Masson,

Claude L. Pierre, Canadian pathologist, 1880-1959.
Fontana-Masson silver stain - Synonym(s): Masson-Fontana ammoniacal silver stain
Masson argentaffin stain
Masson body - macrophages and fibrin found in pulmonary alveoli in organizing pneumonia.
Masson-Fontana ammoniacal silver stain - a stain used to demonstrate melanin and argentaffin granules. Synonym(s): Fontana-Masson silver stain