Cowdry, Edmund Vincent

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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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In the mid-1920s, Edmund Vincent Cowdry, esteemed physician of Cowdry type A and type B inclusion bodies fame, among other entities, published 3 articles about jaagsiekte (from Afrikaans, meaning driving or chasing sickness) and progressive pneumonia in American and South African sheep, in which he described the alveolar thickening and epithelial proliferations typical of jaagsiekte.