Bielschowsky stain

Bi·el·schow·sky stain

(bē'els-chov'skē),
a method of treating tissues with silver nitrate to demonstrate reticular fibers, neurofibrils, axons, and dendrites.

Biel·schow·sky stain

(byels-chov'skē stān)
A method of treating tissues with silver nitrate to demonstrate reticular fibers, neurofibrils, axons, and dendrites.

Bielschowsky,

Max, German neuropathologist, 1869-1940.
Bielschowsky-Dollinger syndrome - Synonym(s): Dollinger-Bielschowsky syndrome
Bielschowsky head tilt test
Bielschowsky-Jansky disease - Synonym(s): Jansky-Bielschowsky disease
Bielschowsky method
Bielschowsky stain - a method of treating tissues with silver nitrate to demonstrate reticular fibers, neurofibrils, axons, and dendrites.
Bielschowsky syndrome - Synonym(s): Dollinger-Bielschowsky syndrome
Dollinger-Bielschowsky syndrome - see under Dollinger
Jansky-Bielschowsky disease - see under Jansky
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The diagnostic hallmark of AGD is argyrophilic grains that can be demonstrated with Gallyas silver stain, Bodian and Bielschowsky stains, and by a positive immunohistochemical reaction for tau protein, its 4R isoform, and p62.