Schmorl picrothionin stain

Schmorl pic·ro·thi·o·nin stain

(shmōrl),
a stain for compact bone that employs thionin and picric acid solutions to produce blue to blue-black staining of bone canaliculi and cells; bone matrix is yellowish and cartilage ground substance is purple.

Schmorl pic·ro·thi·o·nin stain

(shmōrl pik'rō-thī'ŏ-nin stān)
A stain for compact bone that employs thionin and picric acid solutions to produce blue to blue-black staining of bone canaliculi and cells; bone matrix is yellowish and cartilage ground substance is purple.

Schmorl,

Christian G., German pathologist, 1861-1932.
Schmorl bacillus - a bacterial species causing or associated with several necrotic conditions in animals and occasionally in humans. Synonym(s): Fusobacterium necrophorum
Schmorl body
Schmorl ferric-ferricyanide reduction stain - tests for reducing substances in tissues.
Schmorl furrow
Schmorl groove
Schmorl jaundice - kernicterus.
Schmorl nodes
Schmorl nodule - prolapse of the nucleus pulposus through the vertebral body endplate into the spongiosa of the vertebra.
Schmorl picrothionin stain - for compact bone.