Langhans' cell


Langhans' cell
랑그한스세포

English-Korean animal medical dictionary. 2013.

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  • Langhans cell — may refer to: * Langerhans cell * Langhans giant cell …   Wikipedia

  • Langhans cell — Lang·hans cell läŋ .hän(t)s n any of the cells of cuboidal epithelium that make up the cytotrophoblast Langhans Theodor (1839 1915) German pathologist and anatomist. Langhans described the cytotrophoblast and the cells that form it in 1870. He is …   Medical dictionary

  • Langhans giant cell — Langhans giant cells are large cells found in granulomatous conditions. They are formed by the fusion of epithelioid cells (macrophages), and contain nuclei arranged in a horseshoe shaped pattern in the cell periphery. Their presence could… …   Wikipedia

  • Langhans giant cell — n any of the large cells found in the lesions of some granulomatous conditions (as leprosy and tuberculosis) and containing a number of peripheral nuclei arranged in a circle or in the shape of a horseshoe …   Medical dictionary

  • Cell — The basic structural and functional unit in people and all living things. Each cell is a small container of chemicals and water wrapped in a membrane. Each cell in the human body there are 100 trillion cells in each of us contains the entire… …   Medical dictionary

  • Langhans cells layer (stria) — Lang·hans cells, layer (stria) (lahngґhahnz) [Theodor Langhans, German pathologist, 1839–1915] see under cell, and see cytotrophoblast …   Medical dictionary

  • Langhans — Theodor, German pathologist, 1839–1915. See L. cells, under cell, L. type giant cells, under cell, L. layer, L. stria …   Medical dictionary

  • layer of Langhans — layer of Lang·hans läŋ .hän(t)s n CYTOTROPHOBLAST T. Langhans see LANGHANS CELL …   Medical dictionary

  • giant cell — ▪ pathology also called  Langhans giant cell        large cell characterized by an arc of nuclei (nucleus) toward the outer membrane. The cell is formed by the fusion of epithelioid cells, which are derived from immune cells called macrophages.… …   Universalium

  • Giant cell — Multinucleated giant cells due to an infection. H E stain. A giant cell is a mass formed by the union of several distinct cells (usually macrophages).[1] It can arise in response to an infection or foreign body. Types include: foreign body giant… …   Wikipedia

  • Theodor Langhans — (September 28, 1839 October 22, 1915) was a German pathologist who was a native of Usingen, Hesse. He studied medicine at the University of Heidelberg, and in Gottingen under Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle (1809 1885), at Berlin under Rudolf… …   Wikipedia