Orth fixative

Orth fix·a·tive

(ōrth),
formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.

Orth fix·a·tive

(orth fiks'ă-tiv)
Formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.

Orth,

Johannes J., German pathologist, 1847-1923.
Orth fixative - formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.
Orth stain - a lithium carmine stain for nerve cells and their processes.