Drawings 1 (S1C11va1)

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down a Page (to first child page)

next Page (to next page along current tier - 3tiers to this site: Home, textual tier, and pictorial tier (generally applicable to all sites with one exception.

Back a Page (spacial constraints as listed above but in opposite direction.

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Fig. c11t3D1:In the work by Ozzello, et al, cells of “fibroxanthomatous” lesions and malignant “histiocytic” lesions were cultured. The explants contained histiocytes and fibroblasts. One of the malignant lesions, in retrospect, would have been best characterized as a malignant lymphoma. The cultured cells of the explant were ubiquitous cells of the sample.

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Fig. c11t3D2: In the fanciful transition from histiocyte to fibroblast, a transition form was identified.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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