constricts with accommodation but is not
reactive to -?-light;
pathognomic for -?-3° syphilis.
1°(light chain deposition) seen with
(most common cause) or Waldenström's macroglobulinemia; 2° (amyloid
associated) can cause
in kidney - apple-green birefringence on
-?-Congo red stain.
-?-giant; Anitschkow's cells
(activated hisiocytes) are found in
Auer bodies (rods):
peroxidase-positive cytoplasmic inclusion in
granulocytes and -?-myeloblasts;
primarily seen in acute
leukemia (M3); treatment of AML M3 can release Auer rods →
cell seen in Hodgkin's disease; binucleate or bilobed with the 2 halves as
mirror images (" -?-owls eyes");
necessary but not sufficient for a
-?-diagnosis of Hodgkin's disease.
Virchow's (sentinel) node:
a firm supraclavicular lymph node,
often on -?-left
side; easily palpable; also known as "
-?-jugular gland"; presumptive
evidence of malignant visceral neoplasm (classically