Rouget cells

Rouget cells

(roo-zhā′)
[Charles M. B. Rouget, Fr. physiologist, 1824–1904]
Contractile cells that surround the capillaries, observed in frogs and salamanders.
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perivascular inflammatory infiltrate with: lymphocytes, plasmocytes and Rouget cells
Absence of B lymphocyte is due to the end of their task and transformation into plasmocyte and Rouget cells and presence of T lymphocyte is due to their implication into the specific immune response, after the antigens are processed by B lymphocyte.