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Heart - Amyloid - Gallery

Image of amyloid in the heart from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart - Amyloid in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. Multiple amyloid plaques (arrows) are present in the myocardium.
Image of amyloid in the heart from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart - Amyloid in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification Figure 1). The amyloid (arrows) is composed of acellular, eosinophilic material.
Image of amyloid in the heart from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart - Amyloid in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. Multiple pale areas contain amyloid (arrows).
Image of amyloid in the heart from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart - Amyloid in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification of Figure 3). Coalescing areas of pale, eosinophilic, homogeneous amyloid are present (arrows).