Marchi's globule

Marchi's globule

[mär′kēz]
Etymology: Vittoria Marchi, Italian physician, 1851-1908
fragments and particles of broken-up myelin that stain by Marchi's method, seen in degeneration of the spinal cord. See also globule.

Marchi's globule

A near-extinct term for an aggregate of myelin fibres, which were first described by Italian physiologist Vittorio Marchi (1851–1908).
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