Guarnieri bodies

Guarnieri bodies
inclusion bodies in the cells of the affected tissues in smallpox and vaccinia, regarded as caused by the reaction of the cell to the virus of the disease.

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  • Guarnieri bodies — (IPA: /gwaɹ.ˈɲjeː.ˌɹi/) are found upon microscopic inspection of epithelial cells of individuals suspected of having smallpox and other vaccinia virus infections. They are pink blobs that appear in the cytoplasm of affected epithelial cells and… …   Wikipedia

  • Guarnieri bodies — Guar·ni·eri bodies (gwahr″ne erґe) [Giuseppi Guarnieri, Italian physician, 1856–1918] see under body …   Medical dictionary

  • Guarnieri body — Guar·nie·ri body gwär nyer ē also Guar·nie·ri s body nyer ēz n a minute inclusion body characteristic of smallpox and cowpox Guarnieri Giuseppe (1856 1918) Italian pathologist. In 1893 Guarnieri reported his discovery of certain inclusion bodies… …   Medical dictionary

  • Guarnieri — Giuseppi, Italian physician, 1856–1918. See G. bodies, under body …   Medical dictionary

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