Cowdry type B inclusion bodies

Cow·dry type B in·clu·sion bod·ies

(kow'drē),
obsolete term for dropletlike masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, without other nuclear changes during early stages of development of the inclusion as seen in poliomyelitis.
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Cow·dry type B in·clu·sion bo·dies

(kow'drē tīp in-klū'zhŭn bod'ēz)
Obsolete term for dropletlike masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, without other nuclear changes during early stages of development of the inclusion, as seen in poliomyelitis.
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Cowdry,

Edmund Vincent, U.S. cytologist, 1888-1975.
Cowdry type A inclusion bodies - droplet-like masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, with margination of chromatin on the nuclear membrane.
Cowdry type B inclusion bodies - droplet-like masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, without other nuclear changes during early stages of development of the inclusion.
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