Contents Yves Clermont, Michael Lalli, Zsuzsanna Bencsath-Makkai
LIGHT-MICROSCOPIC HISTOLOGY ATLAS
     12. Digestive System
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    12.52   Pancreas Version française
This is a higher magnification of the framed area in Figure 12.51.

This field shows a small portion of a large interlobular duct (*) and of a small intralobular duct (arrow), both lined with a simple columnar epithelium.

One islet of Langerhans (black arrowhead) is present in the area.

The rest of the field is composed of innumerable exocrine secretory acini (+) separated by a small amount of connective tissue cells and fibres.

Stain: HE
Magnification: ×450


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