Chronic intracellular leucocytoclastic bacterial vitritis. A transmission electron microscopic study of the monocytes.

@article{Wirostko1988ChronicIL,
  title={Chronic intracellular leucocytoclastic bacterial vitritis. A transmission electron microscopic study of the monocytes.},
  author={Emil Wirostko and Laura Adele Johnson and William J. Wirostko},
  journal={Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology},
  year={1988},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={463-70}
}
Vitritis, the presence of leucocytes in the acellular ocular vitreous, often accompanies ocular vasculitis (V). Non-cultivatable intracellular mollicutes (M), i.e. cell wall deficient bacteria, readily identified by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), are well known plant vascular pathogens. Recently similar intracellular polymorphonuclear leucocytes (PMNL) and lymphocytes (L) parasitising/destroying and mouse ocular and lethal systemic V producing M-like bacteria were reported to be a… CONTINUE READING
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