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Wink Inclusion body diseases

Does anyone have the diseases with all the inclusion bodies mentioned?
If not, can we start a thread? I think it is going to be very useful
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Rabies ---Negri bodies
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Lewy bodies - Parkinson's disease.
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Guarnieri bodies -small pox (like garnier cosmetics)
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1.HSV 1,HSV 2,VZV,.......intranuclear inclusions(tzanck test)
Hodgkins,CMV,giadia lamblia.....owls eye intranuclear inclusions

2.clamydia trachomatis,parkinson,rabies etc etc.....intracytoplasmic inclusions
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I-Cell Disease (Inclusion Cell Disease)- Lysosomal Enzymes in EC space compromise cell. Substances in cell cannot be degraded.
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giadia lamblia ..intranuclear inclusions..didn't know
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Hirano bodies Aggregates of actin in alzheimer's disease

lipofuscin granules cytoplasmic inclusions in ageing.

Picks bodies intracellular aggregated tau protein.
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Lewy bodies - Parkinson's disease.
Lewy bodies also in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer's diffuse lewy body type.
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Howell-Jolly : Sickle Cell
Heinz: G-6-PD
Zebra: Niemann pick
Donovan: Leishmaniasis
Mallory: Alcoholism
Negri: Rabies
Councilman: Yellow fever
Cell-Exner: ovarian tumors
Lewy: Parkinsons
Pick: Pick's Disease
Aschoff: Rheumatic fever
Barr Bodies: Female
Cowdry Type A: Herpes
Auer Rods: AML
Globoid: Krabbe's disease
Russell: Multiple myeloma
Schiller-Duvall: Yolk Sac tumor
Basal Bodies: Smooth Muscle.
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cool guys.... very useful.... lets not stop.. lets find all useful inclusions for exams... i cant find any other than the ones you guys put here
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Measles- Warthin Findkeldy Bodies
Molluscum Contagiosum- Henderson Peterson Bodies
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Default inclusion bodies

tay sachs
pompe disease

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donovan bodies in granuloma inguinale
dutcher (nuclear) and russell (cytoplasmic) bodies in multiple myeloma
schaumann and asteroid bodies sarcoidosis
michaelis guttman bodies malakoplakia
schiller duval bodies yolk sac tumor
call exner bodies granulosa cell tumor
cowdry A bodies herpes
hirano bodies alzheimers
negri bodies rabies
pick bodies pick disease
lewy bodies parkinson, lewy body dementia
councilman bodies hepatitis C, yellow fever
mallory bodies Alcoholism
Guarnieri bodies smallpox
Verocay bodies schwanomma
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Howell-Jolly bodies splenectomy, Sickle Cell
Heinz bodies G6PD
pappenheimer bodies splenectomy
Zebra bodies Niemann pick
dohle bodies toxic change in neutrophils
psamomma bodies meningioma, mesothelioma, papillary thyroid cancer, serous cystadenocarcinoma of ovary
ferruginous bodies asbestosis
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Do Zebra bodies present just in Niemann- Pick diz? How about Herler Syn??
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Intranuclear inclusions
HSV
HZV
CMV
Hodgkins
PML


any thing more to add?
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Babebiosis: "maltese cross" formations inside RBC

Plasmodium Falciparum: ring-shaped trophozoites inside RBC

Histoplasmosis
: Histoplasma capsulatum inside Macrophages
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cowdry type B intranuclear inclusions - POLIOMYELITIS
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great thread! thx
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thank you .nice job
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Howell-Jolly : Sickle Cell
Heinz: G-6-PD
Zebra: Niemann pick
Donovan: Leishmaniasis
Mallory: Alcoholism
Negri: Rabies
Councilman: Yellow fever
Cell-Exner: ovarian tumors
Lewy: Parkinsons
Pick: Pick's Disease
Aschoff: Rheumatic fever
Barr Bodies: Female
Cowdry Type A: Herpes
Auer Rods: AML
Globoid: Krabbe's disease
Russell: Multiple myeloma
Schiller-Duvall: Yolk Sac tumor
Basal Bodies: Smooth Muscle.
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thank you guys for the informations:
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