Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis - Gallery

Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6)  mouse in a acute study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male P16Ink4a/p19Arf (background: 80% C57BL/6, 19% 129/Sv, 1% SJL) mouse from an acute study. Myocardial necrosis (arrows) manifests as areas of pallor in the myocardium.
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6)  mouse in a acute study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male P16Ink4a/p19Arf (background: 80% C57BL/6, 19% 129/Sv, 1% SJL) mouse from an acute study (higher magnification of Figure 1). Loss of cellular detail is apparent in the areas of pallor (arrows).
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6)  mouse in a acute study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male B6C3F1/N mouse from a subchronic study. Areas in the myocardium show loss of cellular and nuclear detail (arrows).
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6)  mouse in a acute study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6) mouse from an acute study. The myocardium has coalescing areas with loss of cells (arrows).
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male P16(ink4a)/(+/-)(C57BL/6)  mouse in a acute study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male P16Ink4a/p19Arf (background: 80% C57BL/6, 19% 129/Sv, 1% SJL) mouse from an acute study (higher magnification of Figure 4). There is loss of cellular detail (arrows) and a small area of hemorrhage.
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male B6C3F1/N mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male B6C3F1/N mouse from a chronic study. A well-demarcated region of myocardial necrosis (infarct) is present in the interventricular septum (arrows).
Image of necrosis in the heart, myocardium from a male B6C3F1/N mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Myocardium - Necrosis in a male B6C3F1/N mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification of Figure 6). The pale, necrotic area (infarct) at the lower right and the normal myocardium (upper left) are separated by asterisks.