Bracht-Wachter bodies, Bracht-Wächter bodies

(brokt′wok′tĕr)


(brokht′vekh′tĕr)
[Erich Franz Eugen Bracht, Ger. obstetrician and gynecologist, 1882-1969; Hermann Julius Gustav Wächter, Ger. physician, b. 1878]
Microscopic collections of histiocytes and lymphocytes found in the heart muscle in patients with endocarditis.
SYN: SEE: Bracht-Wachter nodules

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