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Heart - Thrombus - Gallery

Image of thrombus in the heart, atrium from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Atrium - Thrombus in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. A thrombus is present in the right atrium (arrow).
Image of thrombus in the heart, atrium from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Atrium - Thrombus in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification of Figure 1). Multiple layers of fibrin, erythrocytes, and scattered inflammatory cells (arrows) comprise this right atrial thrombus.
Image of thrombus in the heart, atrium from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Atrium - Thrombus in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. A large thrombus with two foci of mineral fills the left atrium (arrow).
Image of thrombus in the heart, atrium from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Heart, Atrium - Thrombus in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification of Figure 3). This thrombus in the left atrium (arrows) has two dark, basophilic areas of mineral (arrowheads).