7.2.1. General Pathology of Nervous Tissue

Fig. 7.2.1.01. Swollen astrocytes in edematous epitumorous cortex
Fig. 7.2.1.02. Brain edema, edematous astrocyte
Fig. 7.2.1.03. Brain edema, edematous perivascular astrocyte
Fig. 7.2.1.04. Giant dendritic spines
Fig. 7.2.1.05. Nerve transection, accumulations of mitochondria
Fig. 7.2.1.06. Nerve transection, accumulations of glycogen
Fig. 7.2.1.07. Nerve transection, accumulations of glycogen
Fig. 7.2.1.08. Macrophage after a spinal cord trauma
Fig. 7.2.1.09. Distended axon terminal from epitumorous neuropil
Fig. 7.2.1.10. Edematous astrocyte process
Fig. 7.2.1.11. Gliosis
Fig. 7.2.1.12. Brain edema, edematous neuropil
Fig. 7.2.1.13. Brain edema, hydropic dendrites
Fig. 7.2.1.14. Calcifications in perivascular collagen, brain tumor
Fig. 7.2.1.15. Large secondary lysosome, epitumorous neocortex
Fig. 7.2.1.16. Scavangers of traumatized tissue debris
Fig. 7.2.1.17. Hypertrophy of neurofilaments in epitumorous nerve cells
Fig. 7.2.1.18. Accumulations as a result of stopped axoplasmic transport
Fig. 7.2.1.19. Large proliferating astrocyte, brain tumor
Fig. 7.2.1.20. Brain edema, hydropic perivascular astrocytes in 3D
Fig. 7.2.1.21. Hydropic astroglial processes in 3D
Fig. 7.2.1.22. Chromatolysis in pyramidal cell
Fig. 7.2.1.23. Calcified spherule in peritumorous neuropil
Fig. 7.2.1.24. Degenerating axon terminal
Fig. 7.2.1.25. Arachnoidal cyst
Fig. 7.2.1.26. Brain edema
Fig. 7.2.1.27. 3D reconstructed dark neuron from brain edema
Fig. 7.2.1.28. 3D reconstruction of normal and edematous astrocytic process
Fig. 7.2.1.29. 3D reconstructed dark neuron from brain edema
Fig. 7.2.1.30. 3D reconstruction of edematous astrocytic processes
Fig. 7.2.1.31. 3D reconstruction of a pyknotic neuronal nucleus of dark pyramidal neuron
Fig. 7.2.1.32. Degenerated dendritic spine head 
Fig. 7.2.1.33. Brain edema