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Eosinophilic Neuronal Degeneration, Hippocampus, H&E x40

Last updated on Thursday, April 9 2009 by gliageek

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Eosinophilic Neuronal Degeneration, Hippocampus, H&E x40
The simple layered structure of the hippocampus compared with the neocortex allows easier interpretation of selective neuronal damage secondary to ischemia. In this photograph, white matter is at the bottom of the slide, a portion of the granular cell layer (dentate gyrus) can be seen at the top of that picture, and hippocampal pyramidal layer occupies the central portion of the photograph running from left to right.

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