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Tumefactive demyelination, high power H&E stained slide demonstrating perivascular inflammation

Last updated on Thursday, March 26 2009 by gliageek

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Tumefactive demyelination, high power H&E stained slide demonstrating perivascular inflammation
Although perivascular inflammation may be encountered in a variety of tumors, the combination of this lymphocytic perivascular infiltrate with the surrounding lipid laden macrophages is typical in demyelinating lesions



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