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Attributive Designating a type of giant cell characteristic of Hodgkin's disease, typically having two mirror-image nuclei with prominent nucleoli and marginal clumping of chromatin; of or relating to such cells; especially in "Reed–Sternberg cell".
1930s; earliest use found in The Lancet. From the names of Dorothy M. Reed, U.S. pathologist, and Carl Sternberg, Austrian pathologist, who described the cells in 1902 and 1898 respectively.
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