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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

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Clasmatodendrosis, or breakdown of cytoplasmic processes, is readily visible. The nucleus of the astrocyte is pyknotic. Astroctyes from which the processes have disappeared are referred to as “ameboid glia.” A similar breakdown may occur when fixation of normal brain has been delayed for a considerable period of time. Cajal gold sublimate method. x350
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MPX2727_synpic42356: Clasmatodendrosis, or breakdown of cytoplasmic processes, is readily visible. The nucleus of the astrocyte is pyknotic. Astroctyes from which the processes have disappeared are referred to as “ameboid glia.” A similar breakdown may occur when fixation of normal brain has been delayed for a considerable period of time. Cajal gold sublimate method. x350


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

Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

Clasmatodendrosis, or breakdown of cytoplasmic processes, is readily visible. The nucleus of the astrocyte is pyknotic. Astroctyes from which the processes have disappeared are referred to as “ameboid glia.” A similar breakdown may occur when fixation of normal brain has been delayed for a considerable period of time. Cajal gold sublimate method. x350
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MPX2727_synpic42356: Clasmatodendrosis, or breakdown of cytoplasmic processes, is readily visible. The nucleus of the astrocyte is pyknotic. Astroctyes from which the processes have disappeared are referred to as “ameboid glia.” A similar breakdown may occur when fixation of normal brain has been delayed for a considerable period of time. Cajal gold sublimate method. x350

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.