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Fig. 2 | Acta Neuropathologica Communications

Fig. 2

From: White matter injury but not germinal matrix hemorrhage induces elevated osteopontin expression in human preterm brains

Fig. 2

The degree of WMI assessed in H&E-stained sections. Representative images of white matter with no detectable injury (A–B), diffuse injury displaying disrupted tissue structures, hypercellularity, and pyknotic cells (C–D), moderate injury with patchy tissue loss and patches of pyknotic cells (EF), or severe injury with extensive tissue loss (G–H). Right panel: magnification of the selected area. Scale bar = 200 µm

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