Verhoeff

Ver·hoeff

(ver'hef),
Frederick H., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1874-1968. See: Verhoeff elastic tissue stain.
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furuncle, carbuncle, abscess, myocarditis, endocarditis, pneumonia, meningitis, bacterial arthritis) (VERHOEFF et al., 1999; MATIAS et al., 2012).
Paraffin-embedding followed by routine, hematoxylin-eosin (HE) and Verhoeff's van Gieson stainings and immunohistochemistry using anti-mast cell tryptase Ab (clone 10D11, Novocastra) have been performed.
Koch and Clinopodes trebevicensis (Verhoeff) (Chilopoda: Geophilomorpha).
Para su determinacion se utilizaron los trabajos de Chamberlin (1915, 1943), Verhoeff (1934), Shelley (2002), Schileyko y Minelli (1998) y Chagas-Junior (2003).
While touch interfaces are by no means unique to smartphones, a number of researchers have stressed that the relationship between touch and mobility can have dramatic consequences for how users engage with digital media (see Lee, 2012; Richardson, 2007; Verhoeff, 2009).
The paraffin sections were stained with haematoxylin and eosin for routine morphology, Masson's Trichrome for connective tissue, Verhoeff's stain for elastic fibers, and Gridley's stain for reticular fibers.
Choroidal osteoma was first described by Van Dyk at the Verhoeff society meeting in 1975 [1].
H&E and Verhoeff Van-Gieson (VVG) staining were performed according to previous routine method.
Ao termino do periodo experimental, as amostras foram processadas e coradas por hematoxilina & eosina, e Verhoeff.
Kalanda BF, Verhoeff FH, Chimsuku L, Harper G, Brabin BJ, Adverse birth outcomes in a malarious area.