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Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia - Gallery

Image of epithelial hyperplasia in the prostate from a male F344/N rat in a chronic study
Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia. Epithelial hyperplasia of the prostate in a male F344/N rat from a chronic study.
Image of epithelial hyperplasia in the prostate from a male F344/N rat in a chronic study
Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia. Higher magnification of Figure 1. Proliferative epithelial cells have formed a thickened lining of the affected acini, and there is evidence of associated apoptosis (arrows) in a male F344/N rat from a chronic study.
Image of epithelial hyperplasia in the prostate from a male F344/N rat in a chronic study
Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia. Proliferative epithelial cells fill an acinus with multilocular areas of secretion in a male F344/N rat from a chronic study.
Image of epithelial hyperplasia in the prostate from a male F344/N rat in a chronic study
Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia. Higher magnification of Figure 3. Epithelial hyperplasia of the prostate in a male F344/N rat from a chronic study.
Image of epithelial hyperplasia in the prostate from a male TRAMP mouse in an acute study
Prostate, Epithelium - Hyperplasia. Arrows indicate multiple areas of hyperplasia from a male TRAMP mouse in a 1-month study.