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Thymus - Atypical Hyperplasia, Lymphocyte - Gallery

Image of atypical hyperplasia, lymphocyte in the thymus from a female p53+/- (C57Bl/6) mouse in a subchronic study
Thymus - Atypical hyperplasia, Lymphocyte in a female p53+/- (C57Bl/6) mouse from a subchronic study. When atypical lymphocyte hyperplasia is unilateral, the affected lobe (arrow) is typically smaller than the unaffected lobe.
Image of atypical hyperplasia, lymphocyte in the thymus from a female p53+/- (C57Bl/6) mouse in a subchronic study
Thymus - Atypical hyperplasia, Lymphocyte in a female p53+/- (C57Bl/6) mouse from a subchronic study (higher magnification of Figure 1). Normal thymic architecture is replaced by a sheet of large, atypical lymphocytes, including lymphoblasts and fewer, admixed small lymphocytes.
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