inclusion body encephalitis n.
A usually fatal disease that appears to result from persistent measles virus infection, causing inflammation in both the white and gray matter and characterized by the presence of nuclear inclusion bodies.
- Inclusion cell
inclusion cell n. A cultured skin fibroblast containing membrane-bound inclusions. Also called I cell.
- Inclusion cell disease
inclusion cell disease n. See mucolipidosis II.
noun, Chemistry. 1. a solid solution in which molecules of one compound occupy places in the crystal lattice of another compound. Compare (def 2).
- Inclusion conjunctivitis
inclusion conjunctivitis n. A conjunctivitis caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and often affecting newborns but also contracted by adults in swimming pools or from sexual contact, characterized by enlarged papilla on the inner eyelids and purulent discharge. Also called swimming pool conjunctivitis.