Below is a cross section of mouse heart stained with sirius red which stains positively for fibrosis. Interwoven trabeculae of positively staining fibrous connective tissue (see insert) are visible within the ventricular myocardium as a result of experimental damage. With this mous
The need to identify tissues in a artery cross-section is very common in pathology review in medical devices. Below is an example using histology pattern recognition, where the computer has been trained to recognize the different layers.
A scaffold-based, three-dimensional, human dermal fibroblast culture (3DFC) was used as a cardiac patcha to stimulate revascularization and preserve left ventricular (LV) function of the infarcted LV in severe combined immunodeficient (SCID) mice. The histopathology image above illust