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NASH Studies Unit -NAFLD & NASH Info

  • Question:Normal Liver

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  • Answer:This is an area of normal liver about the size of a pinhead magnified over 1000 times. The hole in the middle is a vein and the other white areas are capillaries where blood flows next to liver cells. Liver cells are reddish with central blue nuclei. The light blue dots around the vein are normal bundles of collagen. Photo courtesy of Dr. E.M. Brunt.
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