Human lingual tuberculosis. An ultrastructural study.

Abstract

According to morphological criteria, the predominant cells from human oral tuberculosis granulomas are classified as monocytes, epithelioid cells, and multinucleated giant cells. The morphology of each cell type is related to its speculated function. It is theorized that macrophages and epithelioid cells represent an in vivo line of differentiation from… (More)

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@article{Miller1978HumanLT, title={Human lingual tuberculosis. An ultrastructural study.}, author={R L Miller and David J. Krutchkoff and B S Giammara}, journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine}, year={1978}, volume={102 7}, pages={360-5} }