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argyrophil ar·gy·ro·phil (är-jī'rə-fĭl, är'jə-rō-fĭl') or ar·gy·ro·phile (-fīl')
Of or relating to tissue elements capable of impregnation with silver salts and of being made visible through the use of a reducing agent.

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