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Liver Histology

Liver, rabbit - trichrome & carbon and Liver - reticulin

The first slide will allow you to identify the macrophages which adhere to the wall of the liver sinusoids.

They are represented by the accumulations of small brown/black dots, the carbon particles ingested by the macrophages.


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09:39, 22 December 2010Thumbnail for version as of 09:39, 22 December 2010300 × 400 (45 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)==Liver Histology== Liver, rabbit - trichrome & carbon and Liver - reticulin The first slide will allow you to identify the macrophages which adhere to the wall of the liver sinusoids. They are represented by the accumulations of small brown/black dots,