Rushton bodies

Rush·ton bod·ies

linear or curved hyaline bodies, presumably of hematogenous origin, found in the epithelial lining of odontogenic cysts.

Rushton,

Martin, English pathologist.
Rushton bodies - linear or curved hyaline bodies found within the epithelial lining of odontogenic cysts.

Rush·ton bod·ies

(rŭshtŏn bodēz)
Linear or curved hyaline bodies, presumably of hematogenous origin, found in epithelial lining of odontogenic cysts.
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Rushton bodies (refractile, brightly hypereosinophilic, curvilinear hyaline keratin bodies) may be seen (figure 4), but are not specific to this entity.