Trousseau-Lallemand bodies

Lal·le·mand bod·ies

(lahl-ĕ-mahn'),
1. old term for small gelatinoid concretions observed in seminal fluid;
2. old term for Bence Jones cylinders , under cylinder.

Trousseau-Lallemand bodies

An obsolete term for:
(1) Gelatinous plugs of undetermined significance described in the seminal fluid. 
(2) Casts of Bence-Jones proteins.

Lallemand,

Claude F., French surgeon, 1790-1853.
Lallemand bodies - (1) obsolete term for small gelatinoid concretions sometimes observed in seminal fluid; - (2) old term for Bence Jones cylinders. Synonym(s): Trousseau-Lallemand bodies.
Trousseau-Lallemand bodies - Synonym(s): Lallemand bodies (2)

Trousseau,

Armand, French physician, 1801-1867.
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Trousseau-Lallemand bodies - Synonym(s): Lallemand bodies (2)