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Pathologic Changes in Nerve Cell Bodies, Nerve Fibers, and Glia

Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Neuropathology Spielmeyer-Scholz Collection Syllabus prepared by: Kathryn R. Lewis, M.D. Raymond F. Hain, M.D. Otto Stochdorph, M.D. Webb Haymaker, M.D. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Washington, D.C. 20305

No MeSH data available.


Drawing, A and B – type I Alzheimer Glia. These cells have scanty granular cytoplasm and a round to oval nucleus containing an eccentric chromatin mass. C-F– type II Alzheimer glia (“naked” nuclei). The nucleus is characteristically large, often irregularly lobulated, and contains one or more eccentric chromatin masses.  Cytoplasm is very scanty. These reactions are seen under a variety of conditions, notably, however, in hepatolenticular degeneration. Cresyl violet stain.
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MPX2727_synpic42355: Drawing, A and B – type I Alzheimer Glia. These cells have scanty granular cytoplasm and a round to oval nucleus containing an eccentric chromatin mass. C-F– type II Alzheimer glia (“naked” nuclei). The nucleus is characteristically large, often irregularly lobulated, and contains one or more eccentric chromatin masses. Cytoplasm is very scanty. These reactions are seen under a variety of conditions, notably, however, in hepatolenticular degeneration. Cresyl violet stain.


Pathologic Changes in Nerve Cell Bodies, Nerve Fibers, and Glia

Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

Drawing, A and B – type I Alzheimer Glia. These cells have scanty granular cytoplasm and a round to oval nucleus containing an eccentric chromatin mass. C-F– type II Alzheimer glia (“naked” nuclei). The nucleus is characteristically large, often irregularly lobulated, and contains one or more eccentric chromatin masses.  Cytoplasm is very scanty. These reactions are seen under a variety of conditions, notably, however, in hepatolenticular degeneration. Cresyl violet stain.
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MPX2727_synpic42355: Drawing, A and B – type I Alzheimer Glia. These cells have scanty granular cytoplasm and a round to oval nucleus containing an eccentric chromatin mass. C-F– type II Alzheimer glia (“naked” nuclei). The nucleus is characteristically large, often irregularly lobulated, and contains one or more eccentric chromatin masses. Cytoplasm is very scanty. These reactions are seen under a variety of conditions, notably, however, in hepatolenticular degeneration. Cresyl violet stain.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Topic

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Neuropathology Spielmeyer-Scholz Collection Syllabus prepared by: Kathryn R. Lewis, M.D. Raymond F. Hain, M.D. Otto Stochdorph, M.D. Webb Haymaker, M.D. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Washington, D.C. 20305

No MeSH data available.