Lillie allochrome connective tissue stain

Lil·lie al·lo·chrome con·nec·tive tis·sue stain

(lil'ē),
a procedure using periodic acid-Schiff, hematoxylin, picric acid, and methyl blue; used for distinction between basement membrane and reticulin, and for demonstration of arteriosclerotic lesions.

Lil·lie al·lo·chrome con·nec·tive tis·sue stain

(lil'ē al'ō-krōm kŏ-nek'tiv tish'ū stān)
A procedure using periodic acid-Schiff, hematoxylin, picric acid, and methylene blue stains; used for distinction between basement membrane and reticulin, and for demonstration of arteriosclerotic lesions.

Lillie,

Ralph D., U.S. pathologist, 1896-1979.
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Lillie allochrome connective tissue stain
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Lillie-Crow test