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Integumentary Histology - Elastic Fibres

Skin, human - elastin & van Gieson

Elastic fibres require special stains to be visualised.

This histology image shows both elastic fibres and collagen bundles within the connective tissue of the dermis.


Integument Histology Links: Adult Skin | Epidermis and Dermis | Thin Skin Epidermis | Thick Skin Epidermis | Elastic Fibres | Basal Cell Melanin | Foundations Practical Support | Integumentary System Development | Histology Stains




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