Fuchsinophil



fuchsinophil fuch·sin·o·phil (fyōōk-sĭn’ə-fĭl’)
adj.
Staining readily with fuchsin. n.
A cell or tissue that stains readily with fuchsin.
fuch·sin’o·phil’ic adj.

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