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Bone Marrow - Hypocellularity - Gallery

Image of hypocellularity (normal comparison) in the bone marrow from a female F344/N rat in a subchronic study
Bone marrow in a control female F344/N rat from a subchronic study.
Image of hypocellularity in the bone marrow from a female F344/N rat in a subchronic study
Bone marrow in a treated female F344/N rat from a subchronic study. Compared with concurrent control (Figure 1), there is mild hypocellularity.
Image of hypocellularity (normal comparison) in the bone marrow from a female F344/N rat in a subchronic study
Bone marrow in a control female F344/N rat from a subchronic study (higher magnification of Figure 1).
Image of hypocellularity in the bone marrow from a female F344/N rat in a subchronic study
Bone marrow in a treated female F344/N rat from a subchronic study (higher magnification of Figure 2). Compared with concurrent control (Figure 3), there is mild bone marrow hypocellularity.
Image of hypocellularity in the bone marrow from a male B6C3F1 mouse in a subchronic study
Severely hypocellular bone marrow in a male B6C3F1 mouse from a subchronic study. The marrow space is largely devoid of hematopoietic cells and consists primarily of adipose tissue and vascular sinuses due to treatment-induced aplastic anemia.
Image of hypocellularity in the bone marrow from a male B6C3F1 mouse in a subchronic study
Severely hypocellular bone marrow in a male B6C3F1 mouse from a subchronic study (higher magnification of Figure 5). The marrow space is largely devoid of hematopoietic cells and consists primarily of adipose tissue and vascular sinuses due to treatment-induced aplastic anemia.
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