Zenker fixative

Zen·ker fix·a·tive

(zen'kĕr),
a rapid fixative consisting of mercuric chloride, potassium dichromate, sodium sulfate, glacial acetic acid, and water useful for trichrome stains; must be washed to remove potassium dichromate and treated with iodine solution to remove mercuric chloride; tissues tend to become brittle if left in the fixative for more than 24 hours.

Zen·ker fix·a·tive

(tsen'ker fiks'ă-tiv)
A rapid fixative consisting of mercuric chloride, potassium dichromate, sodium sulfate, glacial acetic acid, and water, useful for trichrome stains; must be washed to remove potassium dichromate and treated with iodine solution to remove mercuric chloride; tissues tend to become brittle if left in the fixative for more than 24 hours.

Zenker,

Friedrich Albert von, German pathologist, 1825-1898.
formol-Zenker fixative - Zenker fixative in which glacial acetic acid has been replaced by formalin.
Zenker degeneration - a form of severe hyaline degeneration or necrosis in skeletal muscle, occurring in severe infections. Synonym(s): waxy degeneration; Zenker necrosis
Zenker diverticulum - common diverticulum of the esophagus, arises between the inferior pharyngeal constrictor and the cricopharyngeus muscle. Synonym(s): pharyngoesophageal diverticulum
Zenker fixative - a rapid fixative.
Zenker necrosis - Synonym(s): Zenker degeneration
Zenker paralysis - paresthesia and paralysis in the area of the external popliteal nerve.