Eberth lines

E·berth lines

(ā'berth),
lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.
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E·berth lines

(ā'bĕrt līnz)
Lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.
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Eberth,

Karl J., German physician, 1835-1926.
Eberth bacillus - a species that causes typhoid fever and is transmitted in contaminated water and food. Synonym(s): Salmonella typhi; typhoid bacillus
Eberth lines - lines appearing between the cells of the myocardium when stained with silver nitrate.
Eberth perithelium - an incomplete layer of connective tissue cells encasing the blood capillaries.
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