Rosenthal fibers: histopathology
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Histology of pilocytic astroctytoma with intracytoplasmic Rosenthal fibers are prominent in some pilocytic neoplasms. PEIR image number 405657. See description page.
Histology of pilocytic astrocytomas with prominant Rosenthal fibers</a>.
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