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Testis, Seminiferous Tubule - Necrosis - Gallery

Image of seminiferous tubule necrosis in the testis from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Testis, Seminiferous tubule - Necrosis in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. Vacuoles are present in affected seminiferous tubules.
Image of seminiferous tubule necrosis in the testis from a male Swiss Webster mouse in a chronic study
Testis, Seminiferous tubule - Necrosis in a male Swiss Webster mouse from a chronic study. This higher magnification of Figure 1 shows that both germ cells and Sertoli cells are undergoing necrosis.
Image of seminiferous tubule necrosis in the testis from a male B6C3F1 mouse in a chronic study
Testis, Seminiferous tubule - Necrosis in a male B6C3F1 mouse from a chronic study. There is complete effacement of the testis associated with infarction.
Image of seminiferous tubule necrosis in the testis
Testis, Seminiferous tubule - Necrosis. There is discrete necrosis of seminiferous tubules in the frontal lower part of the testis. (Photograph courtesy of Dr. Diane Creasy.)