CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGE INDEX / CARDIOVASCULAR STUDY GUIDE
This low-magnification image of spleen illustrates red pulp and white pulp. White pulp is typically arranged to surround arterioles. The thin pale bands are trabeculae (supporting collagen bundles).
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Last updated: 7 October 2009 / dgk