- eosinophil adenoma,
- eosinophil chemotactic factor of anaphylaxis,
- eosinophilic cellulitis
Origin of eosinophil
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For Ehrlich did not speak of a rise of the percentage of the eosinophil cells, but only of an increase in their absolute number.
The mast cell granulations are stained pure blue, the eosinophil red, the neutrophil in mixed colour.
Analogous observations may be made in the eosinophil cells of man and animals, and in the neutrophils of man.
Amongst these are to be mentioned: (a) dwarf forms of the polynuclear neutrophils and of the eosinophil elements respectively.
By the inductive method then we conclude that a local origin of the eosinophil cells can hardly come under discussion.