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Image of bronchiolar regeneration in the lung from a male Wistar Han rat in a acute study
Lung, Bronchiole - Regeneration in a male Wistar Han rat from an acute study. A single, thin layer of flattened epithelial cells covers the bronchiolar surface.
Image of bronchiolar regeneration in the lung from a male Wistar Han rat in a acute study
Lung, Bronchiole - Regeneration in a male Wistar Han rat from an acute study. There is a single layer of flattened epithelial cells on the bronchiolar surface; the cell debris (arrow) in the bronchiolar lumen suggests epithelial damage.
Image of bronchiolar regeneration in the lung from a male Wistar Han rat in a acute study
Lung, Bronchiole - Regeneration in a male Wistar Han rat from an acute study. The scattered necrotic cells in the epithelium (arrows) suggest that this hyperplastic response is associated with regeneration secondary to previous damage.
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