Maurer's dot

noun Mau·rer's dot \ˈmau̇rə(r)z-\

Definition of Maurer's dot

  1. :  one of the coarse granulations present in red blood cells invaded by the falciparum malaria parasite

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Origin and Etymology of maurer's dot

after Georg Maurer, born 1909 German physician in Sumatra


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