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Monohistiocytic Series

  • Marcel Bessis
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Abstract

The classical notions and definition of the monocytic series and its relationship with the so-called reticuloendothelial system have undergone drastic changes in recent years. New facts have been discovered thanks to new techniques. The old concepts founded on morphologic similarities and on indirect arguments based on histologic sections have been revised. Since it is important to link the present to the past, the principal stages of the evolution of our new ideas will be reviewed.

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Gauche Disease Black Reaction Myelin Form Azurophilic Granule Myelin Figure 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Marcel Bessis
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    • 2
  1. 1.School of MedicineParisFrance
  2. 2.Institute for Cell Pathology (INSERM 48)Hospital of BicêtreParisFrance

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