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Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pannus, Ankle
This photomicrograph shows typical pannus formation. Fibrovascular tissue protrudes from the inflamed synovium into the articular cartilage. A portion of the fibrous tissue extends over the surface of the cartilage, which shows death of chondrocytes and loss of basophilia of the matrix. Note the inflammatory exudate in the subchondral bone. (hematoxylin-eosin, medium power)
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Title:
Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pannus, Ankle
Description:
This photomicrograph shows typical pannus formation. Fibrovascular tissue protrudes from the inflamed synovium into the articular cartilage. A portion of the fibrous tissue extends over the surface of the cartilage, which shows death of chondrocytes and loss of basophilia of the matrix. Note the inflammatory exudate in the subchondral bone. (hematoxylin-eosin, medium power)
Disease:
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Tissue/Fluid Type:
Bone, cartilage, joints
Image Type:
Photomicrograph
Image Reference #:
99-05-0046
File Name:
99-05-0046.tif
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