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Hemorrhagic infarcts.
Description: Figure 2. Hemorrhagic infarcts. [A] Coronal section across the thalamus. The boxed area encompasses an hemorrhagic infarct. Note how the tissue color is darker at this site due to hemosiderin. [B] Histological slide of the infarcted area stained for iron. The blue staining represents iron deposits, an indirect marker of bleeding. [C] Histological slide of the infarcted area stained with HE. The whole area is saturated by hemosiderin (in brown).
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Vol. 6 nº 3 - Jul/Aug/Set - 2012
Vascular dementia: Current concepts and nomenclature harmonization
Authors: Lea Tenenholz Grinberg

 

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