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Call-Ex·ner bod·ies(kahl eks'nĕr),
small fluid-filled spaces between granulosal cells in ovarian follicles and in ovarian granulosa cell tumors; they may form a rosettelike structure.
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Call-Ex·ner bod·ies(kawl eks'nĕr bod'ēz)
Small fluid-filled spaces between granulosal cells in ovarian follicles and in ovarian tumors of granulosal origin; they may form a rosettelike structure.
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[Emma Louise Call, U.S. physician, 1847–1937; Siegmund. Exner, Austrian physiologist, 1846–1926]
Eosinophilic follicles present inside tumors of the ovary, e.g., granulosa cell tumors.
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Call,Friedrich von, Austrian physician, 1844-1917.
Call-Exner bodies - small fluid-filled spaces between granulosa cells in ovarian follicles and in ovarian tumors of granulosal origin.
Exner,Siegmund, Austrian physiologist, 1846-1926.
Call-Exner bodies - see under Call
Exner plexus - a plexus formed by tangential nerve fibers in the superficial plexiform or molecular layer of the cerebral cortex.
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