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Skin - Hyperplasia - Gallery

Image of Hyperplasia (normal comparison) in the Skin from a Male B6C3F1 Mouse in a 90-day  Study
Normal skin in a male B6C3F1 mouse from a 90-day study.
Image of Hyperplasia in the Skin from a Female B6C3F1 Mouse in a 90-day  Study
Epithelial hyperplasia-increased numbers of squamous cells in the epidermis (arrow) and follicular epithelium (arrowheads) in a female B6C3F1 mouse from a 90-day study.
Image of Hyperplasia in the Skin from a Male F344/N Rat in a 90-day  Study
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia-increased numbers of sebocytes forming lobules around central ducts in a male F344/N rat from a 90-day study.
Image of Hyperplasia in the Skin from a Male F344/N Rat in a 90-day  Study
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia-increased numbers of sebocytes forming lobules around central ducts in a male F344/N rat from a 90-day study.
Image of Hyperplasia in the Skin from a Female B6C3F1 Mouse in a 90-day  Study
Follicular hyperplasia-increased numbers of follicular units within the dermis and subcutis in a female B6C3F1 mouse from a 90-day study.