Schuff·ner's dots noun pl \ˈshu̇f-nərz-\
: punctate granulations present in red blood cells invaded by the tertian malaria parasite—compare maurer's dots
Biographical Note for SCHUFFNER'S DOTS
Schüff·ner \ˈshuef-nər\ (audio pronunciation) Wilhelm August Paul (1867–1949),
German pathologist. In 1904 Schüffner described small round granules appearing in the red blood cells of malarial patients; they are now known as Schuffner's dots.
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