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Fig. 3. (A-D) Microscopic pathology of the surgical specimen. (A) The accessory splenic parenchyma shows decreased hematoxylin staining, and the hilar vessels show marked congestion (H&E, ×12.5). (B) The parenchyma shows diffuse necrotic changes in the red pulp (empty arrowhead) with relative sparing of the white pulp (arrowhead) (H&E, ×40). (C) The proximal splenic vessel shows luminal occlusion (arrow) (H&E, ×12.5). (D) The vessel was occluded by an organized thrombus (empty arrow) (H&E, ×40).
Korean J Gastroenterol 2021;78:183~187
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