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Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis

 

 

  • Transverse section of spinal cord at the level of cervical or lumbar intumescence.
  • The central canal is covered with cylindrical epithelial cells.
  • The gray substance of anterior horns show hyperemia, edema, lymphoid inflammatory reaction, picnotic ganglion cells and migroglial cell proliferation around ‘dead’  neurons– ‘neurophagia’
Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis

 

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