- Ru·dolf [roo-dawlf] /ˈru dɔlf/, 1821–1902, German pathologist, anthropologist, and political leader.
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A place in pathology was first assured to them by Virchow's discovery of leukæmia.Histology of the Blood
On this count, then, I claim acquittal, being for the moment on the side of Virchow.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
Virchow, I fancy, and Nikola Tesla made some suggestive remarks.The Blue Germ
Professor Virchow is, I doubt not, an accomplished English scholar.
Virchow came to Munich only on the 20th, and delivered his speech on the 22d.
- Rudolf Ludwig Karl (ˈruːdɔlf ˈluːtvɪç karl). 1821–1902, German pathologist, who is considered the founder of modern (cellular) pathology
Virchow(vîr′kō, fîr′KHō)Rudolf 1821-1902
- German physician and pathologist known for his contributions to cell theory and the study of disease.