Definition: 'Cowdry Type A Inclusion Bodies'
Cowdry type A inclusion bodiesType: Term
1. dropletlike masses of acidophilic material surrounded by clear halos within nuclei, with margination of chromatin on the nuclear membrane as seen in human herpesvirus–infected cells.
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