- Ghon tubercle
- see under focus.
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ghon tubercle — ˈgän noun also ghon focus Usage: usually capitalized G Etymology: after Anton Ghon died 1936 Czechoslovakian pathologist : the primary tubercle occurring in the lung of a child as the initial lesion of tuberculous infection and appearing as a… … Useful english dictionary
Ghon focus — the primary parenchymal lesion of primary pulmonary tuberculosis; when associated with a corresponding lymph node focus, it is known as the primary or Ghon complex. Called also Ghon primary lesion and Ghon tubercle. Ghon focus (arrow) in… … Medical dictionary
ghon focus — noun see ghon tubercle … Useful english dictionary
Ghon's complex — Ghon s complex, sometimes called Ranke s complex is a lesion seen in the lung that is caused by tuberculosis. The two alternative names come from the scientists Karl Ernst Ranke, or Anton Ghon, respectively. [… … Wikipedia
Tubercle — A small tuber, a small lump or bump. * * * 1. A nodule, especially in an anatomic, not pathologic, sense. 2. A circumscribed, rounded, solid elevation on the skin, mucous membrane, or surface of an organ. 3. A slight … Medical dictionary
Ghon's focus — the lesion produced in the lung of a previously uninfected person by tubercle bacilli. It is a small focus of granulomatous inflammation, which may become visible on a chest X ray if it grows large enough or if it calcifies. A Ghon focus usually… … Medical dictionary
Ghon's focus — the lesion produced in the lung of a previously uninfected person by tubercle bacilli. It is a small focus of granulomatous inflammation, which may become visible on a chest X ray if it grows large enough or if it calcifies. A Ghon focus usually… … The new mediacal dictionary
Ghon complex focus (primary lesion tubercle) — (gon) [Anton Ghon, Austrian born pathologist in Czechoslovakia, 1866â€“1936] see primary complex, and see under focus … Medical dictionary
Ghon — Anton, Czechoslovakian pathologist, 1866–1936. See G. complex, G. focus, G. primary lesion, G. tubercle … Medical dictionary
Lesion — Pronounced lee sion with the emphasis on the lee, a lesion can be almost any abnormality involving any tissue or organ due to any disease or any injury. There are, not surprisingly, many types of lesions. There are also a number of different ways … Medical dictionary