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tumefactive demyelination, brain/lesion interface, neurofilament immunostaining x 100

Last updated on Thursday, March 26 2009 by gliageek

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tumefactive demyelination, brain/lesion interface, neurofilament immunostaining x 100
Axons are relatively well preserved within tumefactive demyelinating lesions. macrophages stand out as negatively stained well circumscribed discohesive cells within the neurofilament matrix.



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