Mooser bodies

Moo·ser bod·ies

(mū'sĕr),
a term used to refer to the rickettsiae found in the exudate (and in tissue) from the tunica vaginalis in endemic typhus fever (caused by Rickettsia typhi).
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Mooser,

Hermann, Swiss pathologist in Mexico, 1891-1971.
Mooser bodies - a term used to refer to the rickettsiae found in the exudate and in tissue from the tunica vaginalis in endemic typhus fever (caused by Rickettsia typhi).
Mooser cell
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