Mooser bodies

Moo·ser bod·ies

(mū'sĕr),
a term used to refer to the rickettsiae found in the exudate (and in tissue) from the tunica vaginalis in endemic typhus fever (caused by Rickettsia typhi).

Mooser,

Hermann, Swiss pathologist in Mexico, 1891-1971.
Mooser bodies - a term used to refer to the rickettsiae found in the exudate and in tissue from the tunica vaginalis in endemic typhus fever (caused by Rickettsia typhi).
Mooser cell
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