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globi

 [glo´bi] (L.)
1. plural of globus.
2. encapsulated globular masses containing bacilli; seen in smears of lepromatous leprosy lesions.

glo·bi

(glō'bī),
1. Plural of globus.
2. Brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy, in addition to the macrophages that contain the acid-fast bacilli; thought to be degenerate forms of such cells, in which the organisms are no longer viable and have become granular or amorphous.

globi

/glo·bi/ (glo´bi) plural of globus.

glo·bi

(glō'bī)
1. Plural of globus.
2. Brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy.

globi

plural of globus.
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