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Dohle body

Definition
noun, plural: Dohle bodies
Round or oval cytoplasmic inclusion of neutrophils containing remnants of rough endoplasmic reticulum, especially from the proganulocyte stage of cell development.
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Dohle bodies stain sky blue to grayish blue with Romanowsky stains and about 2 µm in diameter. They represent rapid turnover of cells and toxic granulation. They are commonly found in patients with infections, burns, trauma, pregnancy, or cancer.
Word origin: named after German pathologist, Karl Gottfried Paul Döhle.
Synonym: Dohle inclusion, leukocyte inclusion.

See also: Chediak-higashi disease.


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