Kurloff bodies

Kurloff bodies

A basophilic intracytoplasmic structure of uncertain nature found in the lymphocytes of guinea pigs infected with Leucocytozoon cobayae.
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Kurloff,

Mikhail G., Russian physician, 1859-1932.
Kurloff bodies - palely basophilic, granular inclusions sometimes observed in the cytoplasm of the large mononuclear leukocytes of guinea pigs and certain other animals.
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Examination of the blood film should include recognition and recording of Kurloff bodies, which are cytoplasmic inclusions in some monocytes.