Aldred S., U.S. pathologist, 1866–1931. See W. tumor, W.-Finkeldey cells, under cell, W.-Starry silver stain.

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  • Warthin-Starry stain — War·thin Star·ry stain wȯr thən stär ē n a silver nitrate stain used to show the presence of bacilli Warthin Aldred Scott (1866 1931), and Starry Allen Chronister (b 1890) American pathologists. Warthin served for many years as professor and… …   Medical dictionary

  • Warthin-Finkeldey cell — A Warthin Finkeldey cell is a small multinucleated cell, found in the paracortical region of hyperplastic lymph nodes in some patients of measles and AIDS …   Wikipedia

  • Warthin's tumour — a tumour of the parotid salivary glands, containing epithelial and lymphoid tissues with cystic spaces. A. S. Warthin (1866 1931), US pathologist …   Medical dictionary

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  • Warthin-Finkeldey cell — War·thin Fin·kel·dey cell (worґthin fingґkəl da) [A.S. Warthin; Wilhelm Finkeldey, German pathologist, 20th century] see under cell …   Medical dictionary

  • Warthin's tumour — adenolymphoma a tumour of the parotid salivary glands, containing epithelial and lymphoid tissues with cystic spaces [S. Warthin (1866–1931), US pathologist] …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Warthin-Finkeldey cell — a type of multinucleate giant cell with intranuclear inclusions, of lymphoreticular origin, seen in various organs, including lymph nodes, tonsil, appendix, and thymus, just prior to or during the prodromal phase of measles …   Medical dictionary

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