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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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The small dark cells surrounding the degenerating nerve cells are mostly activated microglia. Under certain conditions, cells with macrophagic properties also originate from hematogenous elements or perivascular histiocytes. Cresyl violet stain. x350
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MPX2727_synpic42358: The small dark cells surrounding the degenerating nerve cells are mostly activated microglia. Under certain conditions, cells with macrophagic properties also originate from hematogenous elements or perivascular histiocytes. Cresyl violet stain. x350


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

Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

The small dark cells surrounding the degenerating nerve cells are mostly activated microglia. Under certain conditions, cells with macrophagic properties also originate from hematogenous elements or perivascular histiocytes. Cresyl violet stain. x350
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MPX2727_synpic42358: The small dark cells surrounding the degenerating nerve cells are mostly activated microglia. Under certain conditions, cells with macrophagic properties also originate from hematogenous elements or perivascular histiocytes. Cresyl violet stain. 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.